Mount St. Helens Belched - Earthquakes Subside
The eruption was described as steam with cold residual ash, the plume was said to travel 10,000 feet in the air and dissipate within 5 miles of the crater. It does not appear that magma made it to the surface.
The geologists are now saying that all seismic activity has stopped, suggesting that Mount St. Helens did her thing and will quiet down for now.
I am planning a return trip to Mount St. Helens next summer where I, (along with my family), will keep a detailed journal of our trip.