Seattle announces ambitious recycling plan, scraps Georgetown trash-transfer station
After a trip to Vessel, we decide to celebrate at the Alibi Room.
Oh, look, there's our crazy friend Rob, who we last saw in Yakima.
He asks us if we're going to Head Like a Kite later. We say no. It's been a long day.
Then inside we see our friends Wendy and Kristian.
The wall outside the Alibi Room is full of gum.
I love Werner Herzog. And I love the title "Aguirre, the Wrath of God." That's an appositive, as in:
Grammar. a syntactic relation between expressions, usually consecutive, that have the same function and the same relation to other elements in the sentence, the second expression identifying or supplementing the first. In Washington, our first president, the phrase our first president is in apposition with Washington.
Pike Place Market.
Time to go home now.
South on I-5.
Pac-Med, the old VA Hospital. And I mean that in the appositive sense.
Tully's, the old Rainier Brewery. (But not the old old Rainier Brewery.)
Albro Swift is our exit.
Here we are.
This is the old old Rainier Brewery.
Corgiat Drive, the street that was just saved from the big dump!
It's still light out at 9:37 p.m.