RIPPL #20: Disaster Relief Trials: Community, Racing and Preparedness

The American Pacific Northwest sits on the Cascadia fault line, which runs north to south from Vancouver Island, Canada, past the cities of Vancouver, Seattle and Portland, before reaching northern California. The last major earthquake in the area¬†was in 1700, but due to the nature of the fault, the next one could be very strong, with the potential to cause catastrophic levels of destruction in the area. Continue reading “RIPPL #20: Disaster Relief Trials: Community, Racing and Preparedness”