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Kubota Garden, Seattle, WashingtonKubota GardenSeattle, WashingtonI love this garden!Commencement Bay, Tacoma, WashingtonCommencement BayTacoma, WashingtonThey were having a fake battle w cannons. You can see the smoke.Boca Negra Canyon Trails, Albuquerque, New MexicoBoca Negra Canyon TrailsAlbuquerque, New MexicoThe Macaw Petroglyph at Boca Negra Canyon.Downtown, Albuquerque, New MexicoDowntownAlbuquerque, New MexicoOne of thousands of petroglyphs waiting to be found!Moffat, UtahMoffatUtahDinosaur monument easily shows off its namesake. This wall has 100 intact and complete fossilized dinosaurs. The entire wall is scattered with...Moffat, UtahMoffatUtahThis monument isn't only to look and awe. Some of the bones you are allowed to touch. The rangers are extremely knowledgable and friendly. Ask them...The de Young Museum, San Francisco, CaliforniaThe de Young MuseumSan Francisco, CaliforniaLoads of #paintings and #artifacts to see at the De Young #Museum. #Free admission every first Tuesday of the month...Alexander Blockhouse, Coupeville, WashingtonAlexander BlockhouseCoupeville, WashingtonBuilt in 1855 to protect area residents from potential Indian skirmishes that never materialized.Mays Pond, Mill Creek, WashingtonMays PondMill Creek, WashingtonFinally, FINALLY found some abandonment here in Mill Creek!Cedarhome, Snohomish County, WashingtonCedarhomeSnohomish County, WashingtonOh, Stanwood... You're everything I've always wanted.The Garden Shed, Langley, WashingtonThe Garden ShedLangley, WashingtonAntique carousel horse carved by Charles Dare ~100 years ago. Mostly a display piece, but if carousel horses are your thing this one can be had for...Brooklyn Public Library, New York City, New YorkBrooklyn Public LibraryNew York City, New YorkTitle page of a 1904 atlas from the Brooklyn Collection at the Brooklyn Public Library.Great Smoky Mountains, Cocke County, TennesseeGreat Smoky MountainsCocke County, TennesseeLeft standing near the park.Portal arch of former Burke Building, Seattle, WashingtonPortal arch of former Burke BuildingSeattle, WashingtonThis portal arch is all that remains of the former Burke Building, built in 1891. It was torn down to make way for 1974's 37 story Henry M. Jackson...Pacific Science Center, Seattle, WashingtonPacific Science CenterSeattle, WashingtonThe King Tut exhibit is well worth a few hours on a rainy afternoon. Learn a bit about Egyptian history and marvel at some of the artifacts found...Clifton Community, North Druid Hills, GeorgiaClifton CommunityNorth Druid Hills, GeorgiaEgypt exhibitAtlanta History Center, Atlanta, GeorgiaAtlanta History CenterAtlanta, GeorgiaJames StagecoachDowntown Dandridge, Dandridge, TennesseeDowntown DandridgeDandridge, TennesseeOld grave yard in town.Newport Police Department, Newport, TennesseeNewport Police DepartmentNewport, TennesseeCity Hall, built in 1867 right after the war.Stone House on Wildwood Trail, Portland, OregonStone House on Wildwood TrailPortland, OregonOld abandoned stone house in Forest Park has more plants growing on it that most houses have in them. Scenic, historic, iconic.
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