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Flying High in Tacoma

These trips always go so fast with so much to pack into a short amount of time. When we arrive at SeaTac the race is on. It is off of the plane, onto Tacoma, and rush to the first meeting within a half hour. It is great to meet with the project management staff and catch up on a months’ worth of progress. The day is spent in meetings, site walks, and working on any issues that may be going. After a Dinner at the RAM bar and grill it is hard not to go back to the hotel and crash for the night. This last week I was out there I resisted the temptation and headed out to Steliacoom to grab a few shots. To my surprise when I arrived there was a Jazz band playing in the park that sits on the hill side above the sound. The intensity of the music was awesome to say the least. The music filled the town and the bay below with the sounds of Jazz. Just as the sun is setting the ferries from Anderson Island come back and forth making their final run for the night with the sun setting behind the Cascades. I sat there until the sun set and took it all in; what a great night!

The next morning we were up with the sun and grabbed breakfast at Denny’s in Lakewood WA. The goal was to be on McChord before the job site opened. At 5:30am we rolled out by the end of the tarmac where there is a museum with planes posed ready for flight. Behind the planes mount Rainier stands tall and proud with the sun rising behind it. I consider myself lucky to have the opportunity to visit the places I visit and even more lucky having the gift to capture them in an image to share. Needless to say that once the day started the peace and tranquility of the morning was over and the race was back on. I arrived back in Great Falls that Afternoon in disbelief of the amazing things I was able to see and the Images I hoped I had captured.

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