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Mount Redoubt is ready to blow, but Alaskans are taking it in stride -- especially longtime residents who were around when the mountain last erupted in 1989.

"I looked up and there was a huge cloud," recalls Debbie Adamson. "It looked like a Disney movie, billowing up in the sky."

But what goes up must come down, and so it was with the ash from the eruption. On and off for five months Redoubt dropped ash on this community of about 7,500 people. Read full article »

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