THE ERUPTION

 RE-POST TO REMEMBER 39 YEARS La Soufriere Every year, hundreds of people make the climb to look at the great wonder of the La Soufriere volcano, oblivious to its historical past. It is a beauty to behold when you first set eyes on it but it so easy to forget how devastating this sleeping giant can be when it […]

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ST. VINCENT VOLCANO (UWI)

La Soufrière Volcano  La Soufrière is the youngest volcanic centre on St. Vincent. It occupies the northernmost third of the island and is considered to be the only volcano that is likely to erupt in the future. No detailed geological map of the volcano exists although the principal formations have been identified (Robson and Tomblin […]

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BLACK FRIDAY 39 YEARS AGO

It has been 39 years ago on Good Friday in the beautiful State of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. I was there in Bequia when that mushroom cloud came over the Ma Peggy Hills. That dreaded day when the volcano erupted and sent the country into a state of shock and unprepared for the onslaught of […]

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MEMORIES OF SVG

I found this post on Jamal Browne’s Facebook page and I am sharing with you. I credit him for his brilliance in researching the Homeland. “I was fortunate enough to grow up in the suburbs of Kingstown, in the tiny community of Murray’s Village – perched on the hills overlooking the capital city; and the […]

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