Friday, December 14, 2012

Post Seattle: Capitol Hill

  

If you need a place to crash in a pinch, and getting by in the Empty isn’t your gig, you can always bivouac at Tent City, though it’s not so much a city as a bunch of villages. Still, everyone’ll band together when a real crisis shows up, which is pretty often. Zoners and gangs show up here pretty often to make trouble. Tent City’s main defense is that there’s little here that’s worth your life to take. Not as much fun as Bell Town, but loads more honest.

Guy named Romulus runs a sort of clinic out of an old café. They’ll patch you up for free.

If Cap Hill's your destination, take the overpass from downtown. The freeway might look inviting, but the lower deck's loaded with wild animals, deadfalls, and worse nasties.

--Dee Dee's Doomsday Guide to Seattle

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1 Comments:

Blogger faoladh said...

This map depicts my old neighborhood. I miss it something fierce. That building shaped like a right angle there in the middle and up a bit from the center? That was where I lived for some eight years. There was a bad black mold problem along the north wall inside the apartment.

December 14, 2012 at 8:58 AM

 

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