746. Vancouver, Clark County (WA18)

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…

One thought on “746. Vancouver, Clark County (WA18)

  1. 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!!

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