Mount Saint Helens

I have traveled to many places around the world and have checked many things off of my bucket list. When the opportunity arose for me to hike up Mount Saint Helens, a climb that only 200 people have experienced since her eruption 35 years ago, I jumped at the occasion.

I knew it would be a tough climb and I would be traversing lavas rocks, deadwood trees, and ash filled surfaces but I never could have imagined that the most devastating volcanic eruption in the history of the United States could now be a place of such beauty, peace and resilience. From the new life forms that now call Mount Saint Helens home, to the tough and rough surfaces that dot the terrain, I captured my experience on the Samsung Galaxy S6 made with Gorilla Glass 4, Corning’s toughest cover glass yet. Click here to read more about the Galaxy S6 and enter for a chance to win.

Teri on Mount St Helens

 

Indian Paintbrush flower that grows wildly on Mount Saint Helens

 

 

Strawberry Plant on Mount Saint Helens

 

The Gorilla 4 team: JD Andrews, Beth Santos, Mariellen Ward and Me

 

 

Taking a sip break on Mount Saint Helens

 
 

 

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