John Taubeneck offered to to take a group on a Donkey Hunt on Sunday, so twelve of
us joined him. We went to Sedro-Woolley ~ then headed off for the woods near Prairie.
The ride there was interesting. Then we got out of our vehicles and headed into the underbrush.
photo by Jeff Johnston
The Tacoma 10x15 Roader was built sometime between 1900 and 1907. In January
of 1927 one of its cylinder heads blew out, killing two brothers, William and George
Babcock. It was considered not to be worth salvaging, so here it sits to this day.
It was a dark and drizzly day ~ photography was a challenge.