In this episode I visit Mount Saint Helens in Washington state with my traveling buddy Jeremiah the Nomad Man
. This volcano last erupted in 1980 and was the biggest eruption the United States has seen, at least as far back as we’ve been tracking that.
I was born only a few miles away 18 months later, so it was always something people were talking about. I’m glad I finally got to finally visit it for myself! This is the last stop before reaching the Seattle area where I’ll be staying for awhile. In the next video I’ll explain why I’m here and my plans for the future.
On this episode I visit Crater Lake in Oregon with my traveling buddy Jeremiah the Nomad Man
on the way back home to Washington. This lake is the crater of a volcano that erupted 7700 years ago. It’s nearly 2000 feet deep making it the deepest lake in the United States.
Definitely an amazing view, though car camping isn’t really an option in the park itself. Luckily there were plenty of places in the nearby National Forest. In the next video we’ll be visiting Mount St. Helens in Washington which erupted 2 years before and near where I was born. I’m looking forward to it!
It’s been awhile since the last update of my journey back home to Washington state with my buddy Jeremiah the Nomad Man
. This is a quick video update on some of our adventures since you last heard from us, which includes an earful of baby tics, the 4Runner saving the day after a tow truck broke itself trying to pull Jeremiah’s van from a sand pit, and 3 bears circling our camp as we huddled around a campfire near Yosemite.
Next video will be our visit to Crater Lake in Oregon. See you then!
My 4Runner has been giving me some trouble and the Fuel Pump is the likely culprit. Luckily I’m traveling with a former mechanic, Jeremiah the Nomad Man
Watch as we dive into the belly of the beast!
Today I begin a long journey back to my home state of Washington to tie up some loose ends. I’m joined by my traveling buddy Jeremiah also known as The Nomad Man
. I’ll be making videos along the way, so be sure to check in for updates!