By Ed Mattison One of the things I discovered at Camp 6 is that railroaders love to tell stories. The difference between fishermen and railroaders is that most of their stories are true. And yes I did say most. This is a story I was told by Larry our fireman. This happened before I started and it is a true story. The morning in question … Continue reading The Almost Great Train Robbery at Camp 6
After months in quarantine children and adults alike are in need of some much needed fresh air and adventure, and what better place to find that then at the newly re-opened Point Defiance Zoo? Here’s a little bit of history on the zoo before you head out to see the animals! When the locals of Tacoma think of Point Defiance Zoo, we think of cute … Continue reading Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, Oh My!
Roses are red, violets are blue, and the Tacoma Rose garden is waiting for you. The rose garden located in Point Defiance Park has been blooming with life every summer since 1895. The man who started this beautiful garden was E. R. Roberts. He was born in North Wales and was no stranger to flowers when he ventured to Tacoma, having trained at many European … Continue reading Stop and Smell the Roses at Point Defiance