Now that we are actually situated in Seattle, Kathleen and I decided to act like Seattleites. On our way along the bike path, we came across this barge that has a section of fuselage from the Boeing 787 Dreamline. There were kayakers in the bay, but the area that they were in was choked with debris and drift wood. There was some nice hardware in the marina, but like most boats, they just sit there the vast majority of the time.
When we got back to the apartment, I noticed this rainbow on my wall produced by the sunlight on our wheel reflectors. All images, text and designs are copyright Everyone's Travel Club and may not be used without written permission from ETC.


This place is about as green as green can get, and nothing is greener than riding your bike. The sculpture park is directly across the street from our apartment and we could see the assembly work on the tree. The facility has its own docking area and own switch yard with 2 private locomotives that are used to switch cars during the unloading process. I assume that it is being floated from a local manufacturing site to the assembly point in Everret, WA.
Since we had just purchased a couple of low-end bikes, we set out to explore the regions that were in direct riding distance and we not on major highways. This sculpture is quite big, you can judge height by comparing it to the workmen performing the assembly.


Here one of these beasts is sitting still, but still groaning and hissing like a caged animal. I am not a train hack, but this unit looks like an EMD SD40-2 unit (the model number is written on the side of the frame above the right-most forward wheel). I am sure that this will be just the first of many bike trips in the area (as long as the weather hold out).



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