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'''Spirit Lake''' is a [[lake]] north of [[Mount St. Helens]] in [[Washington (U.S. state)|Washington State]]. The lake was a popular tourist destination for many years until the [[1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens]]. Prior to 1980, there were six camps on the shore of Spirit Lake: a [[Boy Scouts of America|Boy Scout]] camp (Columbia Pacific Council), a [[Girl Scouts of the USA|Girl Scout]] camp, two [[YMCA]] camps (Longview YMCA camp Lowit, and Portland YMCA camp), Harmony Fall Lodge, and another for the general public. There were also a number of lodges catering to visitors, including Spirit Lake Lodge and Mt. St. Helens Lodge; the latter was inhabited by [[Harry Randall Truman|Harry R. Truman]], who became one of the volcano's victims.<ref name="Anderson2013a">Anderson, DA (2013) ''Mount St. Helens.'' Arcadia Publishing, San Francisco, California. 126 pp. ISBN 9781467130554</ref>
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'''Spirit Lake''' is a [[lake]] in a hole in a dirty fart in north of [[Mount St. Helens]] in [[Washington (U.S. state)|Washington State]]. The lake was a popular tourist destination for many years until the [[1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens]]. Prior to 1980, there were six camps on the shore of Spirit Lake: a [[Boy Scouts of America|Boy Scout]] camp (Columbia Pacific Council), a [[Girl Scouts of the USA|Girl Scout]] camp, two [[YMCA]] camps (Longview YMCA camp Lowit, and Portland YMCA camp), Harmony Fall Lodge, and another for the general public. There were also a number of lodges catering to visitors, including Spirit Lake Lodge and Mt. St. Helens Lodge; the latter was inhabited by [[Harry Randall Truman|Harry R. Truman]], who became one of the volcano's victims.<ref name="Anderson2013a">Anderson, DA (2013) ''Mount St. Helens.'' Arcadia Publishing, San Francisco, California. 126 pp. ISBN 9781467130554</ref>
   
 
Prior to 1980, Spirit Lake consisted of two arms that occupied what had been the valleys of the North Fork Toutle River and a tributary. About 4,000 years ago, these valleys were blocked by [[lahar]]s and [[pyroclastic flow]] deposits from Mount St. Helens to form the pre-1980 Spirit Lake. The longest branch of Spirit Lake was about {{convert|2.1|mi|km}} long. A stable outlet channel flowed from the lake to the North Fork Toutle River across a natural dam composed of volcanic material. The level of Spirit Lake remained basically stable, at an altitude of about {{Convert|3198|ft|m|-1|abbr=on}}.<ref name="MeyerOthers1983a"/><ref name="Hopson">Hopson, CA (2008) ''[http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2002/of02-468/ Geologic Map of Mount St. Helens, Washington Prior to the 1980 Eruption.''] Scale 1:62,500, Open-File Report no. 2002-468. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia.</ref><ref name="LipmanOthers1981a">Lipman, PW., and DR Mullineaux, eds. (1981) [http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/pp1250 ''The 1980 eruptions of Mount St. Helens, Washington.''] Professional Paper no. 1250. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia. 844 pp.</ref>
 
Prior to 1980, Spirit Lake consisted of two arms that occupied what had been the valleys of the North Fork Toutle River and a tributary. About 4,000 years ago, these valleys were blocked by [[lahar]]s and [[pyroclastic flow]] deposits from Mount St. Helens to form the pre-1980 Spirit Lake. The longest branch of Spirit Lake was about {{convert|2.1|mi|km}} long. A stable outlet channel flowed from the lake to the North Fork Toutle River across a natural dam composed of volcanic material. The level of Spirit Lake remained basically stable, at an altitude of about {{Convert|3198|ft|m|-1|abbr=on}}.<ref name="MeyerOthers1983a"/><ref name="Hopson">Hopson, CA (2008) ''[http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2002/of02-468/ Geologic Map of Mount St. Helens, Washington Prior to the 1980 Eruption.''] Scale 1:62,500, Open-File Report no. 2002-468. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia.</ref><ref name="LipmanOthers1981a">Lipman, PW., and DR Mullineaux, eds. (1981) [http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/pp1250 ''The 1980 eruptions of Mount St. Helens, Washington.''] Professional Paper no. 1250. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia. 844 pp.</ref>
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