At this stage in the game I am certain that Stu and I can: name 7 of the 9 songs any ‘pop’ radio station will play in an hour time span(no matter the state your in), give you a comparative breakdown between In ‘N’ Out Burger and Five Guys and go into great detail about our supreme inability to grow any type of reputable facial hair.
Including the above, we have experienced a whole bunch of things; one of which was Mt. St. Helens. Seeing it was ok, but seeing it after reading about the massive change that the volcano went through was pretty sweet. The whole top and side exploded off. The top 1,300 feet, gone, in a matter of seconds. Trees were completely devastated and all that was left were these splintered stumps. An entire valley was filled in with ash and other discharge, so much so that it buried a lake. Pretty wild stuff. Crater
lake cloud, was a mild disappointment. Instead of seeing the deepest lake in the United States, we saw a really awesome cloud cover the deepest lake. We did however get to walk around on more snow in June. That makes up for it, right?
Thank god the redwood trees made up for it. Obviously there are pictures below, but it’s tough to get a grasp on how big these bad boys really are. Trying to show you how truly large these trees are in a picture is like trying to get Tech to stop drooling whenever you open the fridge; damn near impossible.
Portland + My Morning Jacket + showers = radness to the max. I can’t stress this enough.
Regardless check out the pics; and in regards to my former point about In ‘N’ out Burger v. Five Guys. I think it’s a tie on the burger and Five Guys takes the cake when it comes to the fries.
Just a little bit of snow . . . .
Crater Lake is beautiful isn’t it!?