Mt. St. Helens has an older sister. An older sister that long ago enjoyed a brief career and retired to a quiet neighborhood. A sister volcano who’s career never really took off. She did good work in her time, no doubt. It is hard to miss the bulk of the enduring basalt spires, which are… continue reading
In the September issue of The Review, we traced the course of the Lewis River as it travels through the upper portions of the Lewis River Valley. That short section of the Lewis, where it grows in volume and becomes a mature river, is merely preparation for the display of aquatic artistry that we will… continue reading
All rivers originate in some high place. A statement so simple and obvious appears tautological. It is a simple statement, but do you know the answer to its implied question? That is, where does our Lewis River begin? From the highest point in the land, of course. And for the the Lewis River watershed, that… continue reading
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