Tossing and Tortured 'Till Dawn

I come back to you now, at the turn of the tide.

Monday, November 26, 2007

Tacoma Fog -- This is post 2 of 3. If you want to start from the beginning, scroll down.

This trail makes me happy, but what you're about to see makes me cynical. It took less than a week for some kind soul to leave a gift at the entrance of the trail:



Whoever you are, thank you.

The ride through Fife to Tacoma was chilly and foggy -- the stuff that makes you look hardcore as bits of frost actually appear on your leg warmers, gloves, and facial hair if applicable. Frostbeard!

Then we're at Tacoma. I have a thought that this clocktower is the city's Union Station:



Tacoma has a lot of cobbles. Here's a street that's just called "Court C," heading from Downtown to the Stadium district:





Brick cobbles are pretty easy. See what looks like a slight rise at the end of the Court, though? It's this:



This road will definitely be part of De Ronde Van Taacomjaa, as I've started calling it.

1 Comments:

  • At 3:13 PM , Anonymous Vettekid said...

    Really good shots of TacTown.

    What you are thinking is Union Station (with the clock tower) is "the Old City Hall". Union Station is quite a bit south on Pacific and is now the federal court house. see
    http://www.unionstationrotunda.org/

     

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