I was able to check something off my bucket list on the trip to Washington State, seeing an active volcano. I don't know why, but volcanos fascinate me. Above Mt St Helens is venting steam at the lower lip of the crater.
At the viewing center, there was a man with a spotting scope on a tripod. He invited passersby to take a look. Through the scope was a herd of antelope on a ridge, one of the sandy looking ridges near the bottom of this second image. You can clearly see them in the top image, two groupings on two ridges. He said they were about 4 miles away. I had left my longer lens in the car, but even with that they would have been impossible to see. The top image was taken with my cell phone, shot through the spotting scope. Another person showed me how to do it.