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UER Forum > Archived US: Pacific Northwest > Fun in tacoma on a sunday morning (Viewed 319 times)
tzigane 


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Fun in tacoma on a sunday morning
< on 7/22/2010 2:21 AM >
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A few of us took off to the grain elevator on the tideflats in tacoma. was a pretty good time, had a couple iffy moments with port police but we were well on our way to a good day. 11 stories of fun.
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Re: Fun in tacoma on a sunday morning
<Reply # 1 on 7/22/2010 5:11 AM >
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Nice work... port police can suck it.

About two weeks ago, some friends and I went to the mill in Seattle. Some train employees (all under the age of 25) heard us climbing the fence and came after us.

"Got any tools?" the boss asked.

"No, we just want to see the view from the mill"

"Oh. Ok. Go down that alley, make a right, and lift the overhead door. Youll be set"

hahaha permission granted!!

tzigane 


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Re: Fun in tacoma on a sunday morning
<Reply # 2 on 7/23/2010 1:00 AM >
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LOL nice work, my port cops just pulled in when we were lookin for somewhere to park, i got out and acted like im taking pics of boats... lol he waved at me and drove off. but it was subtle way of saying dont park here.

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