March 25th, 2010

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Thursday March 25

Thursday, March 25th, 2010
In yesterday’s flight with Roger I got another shot of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. Last December, on the way back from Oregon on the Talgo train I photographed the spans from below and once again in the evening on March 18 from the Amtrak train. The original steel bridge’s deck collapsed in December 1940, through a combination of engineering errors. Tacoma locals named it “Galloping Gertie”. The second concrete bridge was put into service in 2007.

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Wednesday March 24 Flying to the San Juan Islands

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

Yesterday, Tuesday, Roman was not as responsive as he was on Monday. I’ll try again tomorrow, Thursday.

Yesterday evening I went with Roger Rue to Gig Harbor for the weekly Taco Tuesday dinner. There were over 30 familiar faces, most of them are my age and have known each other for 30 plus years, many went to High School together, most are sailors.

Roger invited me and Duane Sausen to fly with him in his Cessna to Friday Harbor. It was a perfect day for it. Warm and sunny, for pictures it should have been a little less hazy. I got to meet Jim Corenman the creator of Sail Mail, who lives near Friday Harbor. The four of us had lunch in Friday Harbor.