What You May Have Missed at Rosetta Stones

I’m afraid I’ve fallen down a bit on the whole announcing new Rosetta Stones posts over here. Let’s remedy that on this fine Sunday, shall we?

We’ve continued liveblogging Richard Waitt’s In the Path of Destruction. Can you believe we’re almost done?! You can get the whole series here in case you missed any.

There have been many more magnificent Mount St. Helens photos from before, during, and after the May 18, 1980 eruption. I am finding some incredible stuff in that USGS database, my darlings!

And we have also got a marvelous example of a volcanic feature with a delightful name.

Of course, it’s not all Mount St. Helens all the time. You’ve probably been on the first leg of our road trip to Arizona’s Montezuma Well. We’ll be finishing our travels on Thursday.

Look at all that lovely stuff! I’m sure you’ll find something you enjoy in that collection. And there will soon be so much more!

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What You May Have Missed at Rosetta Stones
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