Saturday, June 18, 2011


[1] Granger, Washington seems a place hit especially hard by the economic downturn. This automotive repair shop has been shuttered by the Great Recession.

[2] Granger has been building lifesize dinosaur replicas in its various parks and public places. Here, a brontosaurus reaches for a bite of tree.

[3] Park and lake near the Yakima River.

[4] Dinosaur stereotypes: a scarred Tyrannosaurus Rex and a volcano (which houses the park's restrooms).

[5] "Tacos tortas y burritos" sign in front of two local businesses: an "authentic Mexican" restaurante and a panaderia (bakery).

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