Sunday, December 30, 2007

Centralia 12/26/07: Part IV

This is the sign that greets you as you near Centralia. This is the old route 61 (the one with all the cracks) that has been replaced.

The amount of graffiti in the town is unbelievable. The batteries in my camera died when we got to the crack (of course), so I wasn't able to get any good pictures of it.

There's obviously a pyromaniac who likes to come to Centralia. Among the detritus were shotgun shells, a bottle of brandy, McDonalds bags, old spray paint cans, and many, many cans of cheap beer. I'm not sure that I want to know what the mattress and garden hose are used for.


They still decorate for Christmas. There was a nativity scene in the town square. The saddest part of the trip was that the mayor's house was torn down. Here's the story. Within 5 years there will probably be nothing left.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Meadow said...

Eegads. Sure looks like hell to me. :O

12/31/2007 12:11 AM  
Blogger March to the Sea said...

i wanted to email you something we got here at work.

my cube mate works part time at the Gap and he got us a HUGE JIM poster. I guess he was a model for the fall/winter line. Its freaking huge and Jim has about 20 layers on..i thought of you RIGHT AWAY.

-march

12/31/2007 11:30 AM  

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