(Ob)Seen and Heard

Philippe Boucher on Bainbridge Island suggests a blog like this could be a snapshot of the community, demonstrating the personality of Bremerton.

So I thought I’d mention a few of things I saw driving and walking around town today.

A church on Trenton finally removed the grammatical error on its readerboard. If you were trying to torture a journalist, it worked.


Traveling into Manette from the north I looked to the left and saw the ferry making its way to Rich Passage. If you’ve visited this site much you know how much I love the presence of the ferry boats, so seeing one pass is never dull for me.

In Manette not far from the saloon I saw a 20-ish woman flash her middle finger and then her buttocks at someone up the street.

Turning a couple corners and approaching the bridge I saw a few folks waiting in the nice weather for a bus. One guy with ample girth was shirtless, unless all the hair on his torso counts, in which case he was fully clothed.

A boat passing under the bridge left a slight wake on the otherwise glassy Port Washington Narrows.

The library is still yellow, and peach or something.

On the sixth floor of the Norm Dicks Government Center a dad was enjoying the view with his two young boys.

The hot dog vendor at the end of Pacific Avenue near the shipyard was out cooking today.

Construction work on the new Rite-Aid planned for National Avenue and Kitsap Way continued.

A woman slowed traffic on Warren Avenue by crossing. When she reached the other corner she gave a friend a hug. He crossed the other way, but he was quicker, not slowing any cars.

Up near Navy Yard City a couple of cops were having a chat with a guy.

Made one more pass through Manette.

No further moon sightings.

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