"March 30, 1942
This wall marks the path...
where, on March 30, 1942, Bainbridge Islanders of Japanese ancestry (Nikkei) walked, suitcases in hand, to be carried by ferry away from their homes, to an uncertain future, some never to return.
where on March 30, 1942, two hundred and twenty-seven friends, neighbors, classmates and coworkers left their homes, jobs, farms, businesses, and community - their lives disrupted, their hopes and dreams torn apart."
Some birds we don't see back home.
If you're into skylines, check out this stitched shot..
And if you're into panoramas, check out Mt. Rainier.
Tri-fecta, thy name is Olympics.
Pritchard Park is a work in progress. It has the shoreline features a person expects for a city park fronting Eagle Harbor and from where, at low tide, I caught the above Seattle and Rainier panoramas.
The public is kept from the Superfund parts of the park, obviously, while free to enjoy the access at low tide.
For us, this Island of Bainbridge, this Isla Bonita, this
We over-ate. We over-drank. We came to regret our appointment to claim our Southwest boarding pass.
This, perhaps, might explain it. Our guest room had some of Martha's stuff.
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1. Batter Up!
2. Nikkei Scene
3. Passage Gull
5. Seattle Skyline
6. Rainier Panorama
7. Spring Olympics
8. Pritchard Beach
9. Iconographical Seattle
10. Sla Bonta!