Telephone Exchange Building
This historic site was built in 1934 by Pacific Northwest Bell. It was their headquarters from 1934-1985. The exterior of the building was done in the 1930’s and consists of a reinforced concrete frame covered with a decorative brick veneer, and unglazed terra cotta ornamentation. Designed by a Seattle firm it followed the modernistic type of architecture for that period. It is considered to be one of the “finest examples of “modernistic” architecture in Clark County”.
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Yesterday I was interviewed by a reporter from our local newspaper,The Columbian. They are going to do a Sunday feature story on me. Some of it will be about the book but mostly it will be a type of personality profile on my life story which the reporter told me was, “quite fascinating and unusual!” So we shall see. If it is online I will share the link. That is unless it is too embarrassing or weird. In which case I will quietly forget this ever happened.
I am crazily working on the eCard site, online store, more games (Word Search is back), a new puzzle book and figuring out what’s for dinner. Tonight I am in luck with that because Jon is going to make it! He says it is super simple but I say it is super delicious. Ham and cheese on rye bread and toasted in the panini press. Been thinking about it all day.