Having to sign a waiver form before entering an old dilapidated tunnel makes you think twice. While this tunnel on the Iron Horse trail does have a lot of fallen rocks and debris it was nothing a good bike lamp couldn’t handle. Don’t want to think about what “could” have happened…
Piles of canvas sacks filled with sand.
During a heavy rainfall the request went out on the radio to come and help save the city and surrounding properties of Mt Vernon from flooding.
A friend and I spent a night filling sacks with sand and then building flood barriers around Mt. Vernon.
We saved the city. Mission accomplished.
Motorcycle with studded tires parked on ice, with the word “motorcycle” seen through the transparent ice.
It is clear that I parked in a motorcycle parking spot.
However the other people visiting Mt Rainier’s Paradise were bewildered about a motorcycle on ice.
If it isn’t obvious, the title is a play on the words icicle and motorcycle.
A sculpture reminicent of Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz.
This sculpture is “attached” to a building through a series of air duct pipes, in Bellevue, WA.
I don’t know the significance of the HVAC setting but after having seen the 2007 Tin Man reenactment of the Wizard of Oz, he is actually quite life-like.
Silhouette of a goat standing on rocks and overlooking the Mediterranean from the city walls of San Paul de Vence in southern France. The goat is a bronze statue seen in profile against the blue sky of Côte d’Azur.