The 24th through the 29th of August, 2006, graduate student Aileen Fisher was in Washington State working with a friend who was there gathering data for a colleague's PhD thesis. The project's objective was to gain the resistivity structure beneath Mt. St. Helens, thus constraining the limits of the magma chamber. Friday and Sunday were spent picking up and putting in magnetotellurics sites in and around the crater of Mt. St. Helens. As one of two two-person teams, we aimed for the successful transfer of two sites each day with the aid of a helicopter. We found our second pick up site not properly installed on Friday and had to reset and leave it, but accomplished both installations on Sunday. Our first installation site was within the actual crater thanks to special permission from the National Forest Service. Saturday was spent at Mt. Rainier National Park where we hiked the Paradise trail East of the Nisqually Glacier up to Panorama Point (where the photo of me with Mt. Rainier in the background was taken). Monday was spent hiking trails around Mt. Baker in the Snoqualmie National Forest (pictures not yet available).