Short days and low energy make for lazier adventures. On this day, Mike and I drove to Hoquiam to see some of the old broken-down waterfront along the Wishkah River - as well as the Kurt Cobain Memorial Park, on the muddy banks of the Wishkah River.
Nirvana was a big thing here, and the locals have preserved this location where Cobain spent a lot of time at as a child. The world's love of Cobain is colorfully evident under and beside the bridge, and I was fascinated by the testimonial nature of much of the graffiti. 

Images taken at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park, Hoquiam, WA
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
Graffiti at Kurt Cobain Memorial Park
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