Silent Sunday, Look UP near Poo Poo Point in Issaquah WA

Silent Sunday, Look UP near Poo Poo Point in Issaquah WA

 

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Driving south through Issaquah Front Street becomes the Issaquah Hobart Road.  Between Squak Mountain and Tiger Mountain there is a place called Poo Poo Point.  It’s a high hill with a bald spot you can see from a distance.  If you look closely around the top of the hill you notice something in the air.  Actually on a clear sunny day you can see many something’s buzzing around this hill.  While driving by, look up and you’ll see anywhere from one to thirty brave souls flying through the air on silk wings. 

 

 

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