Great to see some of your recent uploads. I only made it to Ape Cave for the first time in mid-September. It was thrilling for me and brought back any memories of the many times I went caving in the limestone caves of Indiana in the late 1960's.
I did not make it to the Pine Creek area while there in September as I spent most of my time on the lava flows in the June Lake area, but after seeing some of your photos, it is on my places to visit.
Best regards, Larry
Thanks Larry. I regret I only made it to the lahar. Had I had a bit more time I would have liked to have gone to Lava Canyon. I still regret not going!
Did you get any shot of the recent big surf?
My best Tom
Hi Tom. There is a great deal to see all around St. Helens. I, too, am looking forward to getting to Lava Canyon and other sites on the south side of the mountain that I have yet to visit.
I did post two photos of the surf, both from Point Grenville. THIS ONE and the one that follows it.
Greetings Tom. I too enjoyed the whole series of the Ape Cave, but this shot has some added dimesions: the opening to the green outside, the lighting and the people giving it scale. Nicely executed.
Sorry I missed your comment Hank. This cave was so mysterious, it was obviously pitch black so there was some what of a suprise when the flash went off.
Happy to see this one in the Hiking Trails group. You did an excellent job on capturing the astmosphere here.
Larry I am glad I joined your groups!
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