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Ruins of Weyerhaeuser logging camp on North Fork of Toutle River.
Ruins of Weyerhaeuser logging camp on North Fork of Toutle River.
Home buried in mudflow at Maple Flat on North Fork of Toutle River.
Home buried in mudflow at Maple Flat on North Fork of Toutle River.
Home buried in mudflow at Maple Flat on North Fork of Toutle River.
Home buried in mudflow at Maple Flat on North Fork of Toutle River.
Remains of tree abraded by mudflow, North Fork of Toutle River.
Close-up of same tree (above) showing how parts of it were shredded by abrasive mudflow.
Ruins of Weyerhaeuser railroad bridge at mouth of Green River.
Confluence of Green River (left) and North Fork Toutle River, showing mudflow.
Confluence of Green River (right in this view) and North Fork Toutle River, showing mudflow.
Road following North Fork Toutle River into Red Zone (area then closed to public).
Road following North Fork Toutle River into Red Zone (area then closed to public).
Army Corps of Engineers dam on North Fork Toutle River, designed to stop mud and debris.
Army Corps of Engineers dam on North Fork Toutle River.
Impoundment behind Army Corps of Engineers dam, looking upstream on North Fork Toutle River.
Grizzly Creek, tributary of North Fork Toutle River, showing mudflow and tree damage.
Washed-out bridge over Grizzly Creek.
North Fork Toutle River inside Red Zone.
South Fork Toutle River showing dam and Washington Game Department fish trap.
Game Department employee with steelhead taken in South Fork Toutle River fish trap for spawning purposes.
Game Department employees with steelhead taken in South Fork Toutle River fish trap for spawning purposes.  Bill Eppridge, Sports Illustrated photographer, in foreground.
Game Department employees with steelhead taken in South Fork Toutle River fish trap for spawning purposes.  Bill Eppridge, Sports Illustrated photographer, in foreground.
Game Department employees with steelhead taken in South Fork Toutle River fish trap for spawning purposes.  Bill Eppridge, Sports Illustrated photographer, in foreground.
Game Department employee mixes steelhead milt and eggs at South Fork Toutle River fish trap.
North Fork Toutle River from the air.
Army Corps of Engineers North Fork Toutle River impoundment from the air.
Army Corps of Engineers North Fork Toutle River impoundment from the air.
View of the foot of the North Fork Toutle River debris flow, with grass sprouting after reseeding. Dead standing timber, burned in the eruption, visible in background.
North Fork Toutle River debris flow, looking toward the mountain.
North Fork Toutle River debris flow, looking toward the mountain.
North Fork Toutle River debris flow, with timber blown down by eruption in background.
Valley of North Fork Toutle River, looking toward the mountain.
North Fork Toutle River debris flow.
Coldwater Lake, right, formed by the eruption when debris blocked Coldwater Creek. At left is a mudflow following the course of the creek.
Colored ponds on debris flow.
Colored ponds on debris flow.
Colored ponds with Coldwater Lake in background. Barren hillsides reflected in lake.
Colored ponds with the mountain in the background.
Mount St. Helens.
Timber blown down atop ridge, looking toward the mountain.
Timber blown down atop ridge, looking toward the mountain. The road shown in the photograph was built to salvage some of the fallen timber
Timber blown down atop ridge, looking toward the mountain.
Timber blown down atop ridge, looking toward the mountain.
At Spirit Lake
View of the mountain from near the shore of Spirit Lake.
View of the mountain from near the shore of Spirit Lake.
Steve Raymond near the shore of Spirit Lake.
Mount St. Helens.
Helicopter used for access to Spirit Lake. The lake is visible behind the helicopter.

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