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Mt.Baker getting a closer look

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Mt.Baker 1 of 3 major volcanos in the washington cascades is getting a closer look having more equipment instaled on the mountain watching in case it erupts

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It would be pretty big if it

It would be pretty big if it erupts ever. I live north of the Washing border and I can see Mt. Baker in a lot of places.

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i can see it too

i can see it to from my house if you are in the right spot Mt. Ranier is closer

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I live "in the shadow" of

I live "in the shadow" of Mount Baker also on Orcas Island. Considering the devastation an unexpected eruption could cause, monitoring is a good idea!! But I get the sense that Mt. Rainier is more dangerous in terms of likelihood of eruption, mudflows, earthquake, etc.

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i agree

i agree but still Mt. baker would be devestating too for all of eastern washington vancouver bellingham and more

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mt baker

When is this volvano expected to erupt? Do any of you guys have any guesses?

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Tomorrow at 12:30:59:59 PM

Tomorrow at 12:30:59:59 PM

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k

if u say so but i was looking for a new house the other day and i found one with a breathtaking view of Mt Baker and the cascades on a hill looking over the snoqualmie vally but the veiw of Mt baker were amazing


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