This is how Piper road looked in February 2006. The tree to the left is now on the edge in the picture below.
The end of Piper road with the new crack taken on December 31st 2007
Piper road and surounding is falling watch from a safe distance here (Jan 1st 2008)
The stormwater has found a new path to Rock creek.(Jan 1st 2008)
The water has found a shorter route to Rock Creek which may speed up the movment of the landslide at the western end.
The water draining down into the newly formed crack.
The driveway is being undermined by the stormwater drainage system, which drains some of the water from a Church up above. This may cause increased slide activity.(Jan 1st 2008)
The end of Piper road which can be seen here (Jan 1st 2008)
Another new vista (Jan 2nd 2008)
The water from the City stormwater system taking a shortcut to Rock Creek (Jan 2nd 2008)
The destination of the water from the above picture is pooling (center) above Rock Creek waterfall and fault. This area has been moving relatively slow to the rest of the slide plane, but that may now change. (Jan 2nd 2008)
Stormwater quickly redirected from slide area (Jan 5th 08)
Some gravel has been added to prevent erosion (1-15-07)
But is it enough? (Jan 5, 08)
There is a crack running across Piper past the the end of the metal pipes and head up to the NE, but it stops after the drainage ditch adjacent to the driveway. Jan 19th 2008
Looking from Piper towards the East, and perhaps in time, another Columbia River view. Jan 19th 2008
Google Earth view of the slide area (2005) before the most recent slide took place. The red line is the roughly where the head of the scarp is located. ( I have added a few hot spots so roll the mouse over the image).