We drove to town this afternoon to get the mail (Yeah, I know no way for us to get out = no way for the mail to get in.)
I got these shots of Cherry Valley and the Snoqualmie River (from a moving vehicle…)
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Note that the little white peaks in the last picture are the tops of a set of 6 industrial sized greenhouses.
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This is also a chance to try the WordPress gallery plugin that now comes with the vanilla install. meh, not bad, but not great either.
This photo of Woodinville-Duvall Road through the Snoqualmie valley was sent to Jim by Jerry one of the fellows in SVARC. The “un-official” version is that it will take 4 days to fix. We surmise that it’s damage to the road surface and not to the underlying bridge structure because the traffic camera showed an ambulance crossing earlier this morning.
woodinville-duvall road 09 jan 2009
W-D road rarely closes due to flooding. Now we’ll have to wait for 124th to open. Which could be days yet.
At 11:30(ish) this morning the traffic cameras on 124th (south of town) showed:
124th from the 203 roundabout facing west
124th from west snoqualmie valley road facing east
Live camera coverage for the morbidly natural disaster obcessed here:
Traffic camera of W-D Road here. (It’s off-line at the moment 11:22 am)
Traffic camera of 124th (our next best hope) here facing east across the valley and here facing west.