History Under the Ash
Newberry National Volcanic Monument is a fascinating place. I know because while my husband, Paul, was on the Forest Service staff there, I volunteered at Lava Lands Visitor Center, twelve miles south of Bend, Oregon. We did this for eight summers from 1991 through 1998, a special time when the park was an exciting brand new monument.
Then in 1999, Paul was assigned to do the Interpretive Programs inside the Newberry Caldera and I went with him. We lived in a small cabin inside the caldera and gave talks to park visitors about the geology, history and archaeology of the area. It was a wondrous time for us personally and professionally and I share that with you in the pages of this book.
Currently Out-Of-Print but we have one copy.