In association with the Titan Surface Workshop in Moscow, Idaho, we had a great field trip to the various features of the Columbia River Flood Basalts and the Missoula floods. There were large dunes, big flood-cut terraces of loess, channel-carved stacks of columnar jointed flood basalts, and my favorite - layers of Mt. St. Helens (thin) and Mt. Mazama (thick) ash in dunes. The bonus was a dust storm at the end of the day - I had vertigo the next day from cochlear dust, but it was worth it. Thanks to Jason Barnes for hosting and leading a great field trip!
All pictures are below: