Puyallup tribal lore gives special meaning to that rare Mount Rainier shadow that appeared this morning
In honor of the rare atmospherics that displayed the shadow of Mount Rainier on the clouds over Western Washington, I am reprinting a 2004 column I wrote about its role in Puyallup tribal legend. (And by rare, I mean a clear enough day to see the Mountain and a high cloud cover to provide a canvas for the shadow).
The city council did preserve the view of the bridge and mountain from the Fireman’s Park viewpoint.
Historians plead case for Tacoma’s ‘little Stonehenge’
You can’t see
forever on a clear day when standing in Fireman’s Park in downtown