Two years ago, John L. Scott agent Joe Dinnison sold Ferris House, a midcentury modern tucked into the Rockwood neighbor at 431 E. 16th, to a California pizza-chain owner for $813,000.
The new owner, who still hasn't been to Spokane, now wants to sell the house for $1 million.
When Mount St. Helens blew, Spokesman-Review photographer Christopher Anderson hopped on a chartered Cessna and snapped photos from all around the erupting volcano. Thirty years later, he went up again, surveying a land transformed and trying to re-create some of the images he captured May 18, 1980. The result is a visual essay on desolation and restoration. <em>Photo editing by Liz Kishimoto.</em>