…in about 5600 BC the Mount Mazama volcano in Oregon erupted, raining rock and burning ash for years, and leading to the many years of rainfall that eventually filled the volcanic crater today called Crater Lake.   Stephen Hawking, The Grand Design Photo Meri Murphy

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  1. Barbara Estinson says:

    It is interesting to learn how Crater Lake was formed. I hear it is very beautiful … and the picture surely is!

  2. Di Anne Lewis says:

    At almost 2,000 feet deep that’s a lot of rainfall and snow melt in less than 8,000 years!

  3. Jesse says:

    Hey I have been there! Massive and yes pretty much as beautiful as that picture 🙂

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