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LOL ! I had a jar of that ash for years . One of my kids friends seen it and was bringing it to me to ask what it was and dropped it . She said "sorry , sorry" and I said "MY MOM'S ASHES" . She about fainted !! I felt bad cause she got real upset over it till I told her what it really was . Then she really got upset !
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I was working a construction job in Rangely Colorado when St. Helens blew her cork so I missed the fireworks but we got a light dusting of ash, not much, but enough to make the windshields of the cars dirty.
 
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I was working an outage at a nuclear power plant and living in Longview Washington a year or so after it erupted. A lady friend and I charted a helicopter and flew over the crater as well as the surrounding area. The amount of destruction was unreal.
 

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Thanks ysacres that would be neat . I lived in Yakima for long time before moving to Arkansas then back to Oklahoma . My oldest sister sent me the jar , she was living in Goldendale at the time of the eruption . Still got family in Ellensburg . PM me and we can work something out . :thumbsup:
 

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