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May 8, 2006


If Seattle is often a city without shadow it's only because it's usually overcast from October
through June, but in this case the sun just happened to be in the right place as the Bremerton
approached Pier 52 downtown. Take a good look at these buildings--standing on a former
tide flat that was filled in when Seattle was regraded in the early 1900's, it's questionable
whether or not they'll survive the next big earthquake with its predicted ground liquefaction.