Be vewy vewy qwiet, I'm hunting Cutthwoat Twout
Yes, from Adams.
wow brings back memories from my experience just down the road on Park lake. But I was a kid ...alone on the lake with another kid ... not coming up with any logical explanation like “the mountain erupted” to cause pitch blackness and ash fall. It never occurred to me - the mountain was on the side of the state. I was freakin.I originally posted this on the eruption anniversary in 2010 and again in the thread that was started in 2015.
Steve Raymond was fishing Dry Falls on May 18, 1980 when Mount St. Helens erupted. He wrote about it a couple of months later in Sports Illustrated and included in his book Year of the Trout as "Pages From a Trout Fisherman's Diary". You can read the original article here:
A Day of Fishing Became a Night of Fear When Darkness Fell at Noon