Floral Avenue is an ugly red-headed stepchild.  I’ve been told it’s the last unpaved street in the city (there may be a block or two elsewhere).  A fellow sent me a picture of the sign.  It was nailed to a pole at the intersection of Eastland Drive.  I got a good belly laugh (mine are very loud considering the size of the resonating chamber!)  I dropped him a line with some questions about the situation.  He wrote back and explained he has often made a case for getting the street paved but claims his pleas fall on deaf ears.

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I left work and drove to the intersection of Floral and Madrona.  I can see his point about the mud and craters.  My car has a low clearance and I decided to go back to Kimberly Road and get a better look at his sign a few blocks away.  It was quite visible.  There was also a considerable amount of traffic passing me as I was getting a couple of pictures.  It’s amusing but I’ll wager it won’t last long.  The weather or someone from the city code office will come by and take it down.

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Its main claim to fame appears to be warehousing.  There were some large tractor-trailer rigs bumping along the craters.

It was cloudy and cold when I was there and I suppose it only made the experience even more depressing.  In summer you at least get dry conditions and sunshine.  Though, I still imagine the neglected lane is an eyesore.

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