This is a little different, but nice, no? Art Deco but shaped in (faux) clay? I’m not a fan of courthouses looking like office buildings, but this makes for quite a look.
Everyone keeps mentioning Lewis and Clark around here! I didn’t even know Shari Lewis and Dick Clark ever worked together! When I originally conceived this joke, I had no idea that the two of them actually had worked together on an ancient game show I had never heard of, so take that for what it’s worth! That they had episodes with Lionel Hampton is worth even more for me!
Considering I had spent the entire previous day on the road listening to the Beatles, I couldn’t refuse a cache called Yellow Submarine! Its marketing is completely on point (as they say in the parlance of our times). I don’t know what one has to do to get a submersible in their front yard, but I certainly felt it was worthy of one of my stingily hoarded favorite points. I even left a new trackable I recently made, appropriately named Shark Attack!
I decided to grab a second cache on the way out of town, a large travel bug hotel. Why did it never occur to me to use a toolbox to make something like this? And many thanks for leaving a light inside for passers-through in the night! Heck, in appreciation for the work put into it, I gave it another of my stingily hoarded favorites. Two in one county? Who would have thunk it? With that done, I set off again, passing back over the Columbia River for a third time, to claim one of the jewels of the trip…
3 thoughts on “746. Vancouver, Clark County (WA18)”
Cool yellow submarine!!
Perry oceanographics in Florida made them, my father work for them briefly. So I have love for them. And a tool box nice.
Thanks for a great post!!