Hylebos Waterway, where the legendary ferry Kalakala is moored and sort of wasting away. He took some pictures and sent them. Above, it is mirrored in the still waters of the Superfund waterway.
I was closely involved in the resurrection of the Kalakala from Gibson Cove on Kodiak Island, from September 1994, to its arrival in Seattle in October 1998. My closest friend, Seattle sculptor Peter Bevis, was its salvor. I was dead set against the project, but once Peter committed himself to the task, I backed him, traveling down to Kodiak several times at various stages. In March, 1998, Judy and I took the kids down there for spring break, to help on the restoration for a week.
Here's a picture I took of the vessel in Seward, on its voyage back from Alaska to Puget Sound:
Here's another image Freddie took last week in Tacoma:
And here is the Kalakala, underway between Bremerton and Seattle, during her heyday: