#1 By: Mark Frauenfelder, July 2nd, 2013 20:18
J Gallone says: One of the more interesting items found on the Skokomish Indian Reservation in Washington State are creatively named and festively painted firework stands. Open a few weeks each summer, these thrown-together coops will experience a lucrative trade of eager pyromaniacs, standing three-deep, late into the evening for a chance to acquire the… READ THE REST
#2 By: David_Hunter, July 2nd, 2013 21:19
Great pictures. I used to drive up and down 101 and see these all the time. On one drive I snapped some pictures and put them up on a website. I just found them and found out I had taken pictures of mostly the same ones. However, I didn't want to stop and take pictures, I took them while driving and some are blurry.
#3 By: nagmay, July 2nd, 2013 21:37
Nothing beats the "Ill Eagle Fireworks" up in Washington.
I'd post a picture, but the bbs is telling me: Sorry, new users can't put images in posts.
#4 By: Steve Pankow, July 2nd, 2013 21:55
#5 By: Elizabeth Coleman, July 2nd, 2013 22:42
At least on the Suquamish reservation, they're up year round, but they're only open around the Fourth of July and New Years. They're in these big, dusty lots which are barren and empty most of the year and feel so desolate with their fronts sealed by plywood. I've been going past them on the way to the ferry since I was a child, and as far as I can tell, they haven't changed a bit. It makes that stretch of road a surreal, time-traveling experience.
#6 By: Kimmoth, July 3rd, 2013 06:15
Being Australian sucks in the odd regard : (
#7 By: Mark Frauenfelder, July 7th, 2013 20:18
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