Repeated dousing of puddled rainwater on vegetation on the side of Ruston Way in Tacoma resulted in natural ice sculptures during the recent run of cold weather. After it warms up, we might see the effects of broken water pipes in the South Sound.
Repeated dousing of puddled rainwater on vegetation on the side of Ruston Way in Tacoma resulted in natural ice sculptures during the recent run of cold weather. After it warms up, we might see the effects of broken water pipes in the South Sound. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com
Repeated dousing of puddled rainwater on vegetation on the side of Ruston Way in Tacoma resulted in natural ice sculptures during the recent run of cold weather. After it warms up, we might see the effects of broken water pipes in the South Sound. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com

Don’t make ‘unfreeze my pipes’ your 2017 resolution

January 01, 2017 07:00 AM

UPDATED January 07, 2017 08:55 AM

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