I recently spent a few days at my beloved Lassen Volcanic National Park. The park was still mostly closed due to snow, but my mom and I still drove that direction to explore and observe the insane fire damage from last year. In an uncomfortable twist of poetic justice, because so many trees burned in the fire, we were actually able to see views that were previously obscured by the forest. So, in a very sad way, that was nice. Once we exited the park boundaries, I sent my drone up to look around. And this is what I saw. A beautiful panoramic view of Mt. Lassen on the right, Mt. Brokeoff in the middle, and Mt. Conard on the left. The fire damage is pretty extensive, especially on the lower half of the photo, but it's still a beautiful scene, and continues to be one of my favorite places.
Advice from a Volcano: "Stay active; keep your inner fire burning; it’s ok to let off steam; go with the flow; be uplifting; it’s all a matter of time; have a blast!"