I'm a VERY occasional smoker, but I like to have it for my guests, just like I keep a bottle of Jack for my alcoholic Bro-in-law (I have gout, so untouchable...). I won't lose my house now for dropping pot on the floor.
For clarification, this is under the north end of the Aurora Bridge (SR99), in Seattle, accessible on 34th (Troll) ave, and was installed by a group of artists around 1975. The Volkswagen is a REAL Volkswagen, to give a sense of scale.
This was called "James Rock' by a woman working at Lytle's Seafood on SR 109, who's clamming operation overlooks this ediface. The story she told me was that this was a lot larger before WWII, when the flyboys at Bowerman Field used it for their bombing runs. Being sandstone, it crumpled easily and is a shadow of its former self.
I was stationed on Guam in 1981-82 and would like to see the photos also. I visited these tanks back in the 80's and Im not sure of the numbers but I recall at least two Sherman and two Japanese tanks but can't find any photos of them. I do vividly remember that one of the Japanese tanks had a large hole in the front where it took a hit and blew the turret off the top.
These 'columns' held the original road out to the SS Catala on Protection Island. They eventually filled in the strait between and Damon Point as a penisula began.
Served in that exact position in 1972 aboard the USS Hunley AS-31). What happened to 'Andy's Hut'? Electrician, but flipped burgers part-time.
Nice picture. Voted! + Like! Greetings from Hungary, Peter
Greetings from Poland.
SR 115 in Ocean Shores. Yep, a beach highway. mind the speed and the seatbelts.
Quinault Indian Nation