My mom lived in Eastern at the time. The guy from Washington here, was in elementary school when St. Helens erupted. I recall people were putting pantyhose around their air filters to Premium The Mountains Is Calling And I Must Go Shirt filter out the fine, talcum like ash. We had to hose down all the plants and trees in my yard as the ash would cling to them, choking the sunlight from them. It kind of reminds me of my late aunt. She never went to see a movie in her life because she was afraid Jesus would come back while she was in there.
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As a kid growing up in Yakima we were told if the blew again the Premium The Mountains Is Calling And I Must Go Shirt ice cap would flood the valley destroying everything. Lol, now as an adult I realize how silly that is. Mt. St. Helen’s has an impact on all Washingtonians I think. In 2017 we had a really bad wildfire here in Oregon and my dad said it was just like the days after the 1980 eruption. During this fire, ash was falling like snow and the sun was red. I wasn’t alive for the eruption but it must have been intense.