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  • Graffiti-marred idyllic outdoor rec locale to get facelift

    Eagle Falls, a once-beautiful popular recreation area on the Skykomish River near Highway 2, has become an incubator for graffiti and vandalism. At 1p.m. on Aug. 5, volunteers have been invited to bring wire brushes to scrub graffiti from the heavily-tagged granite banks.

Eagle Falls, a once-beautiful popular recreation area on the Skykomish River near Highway 2, has become an incubator for graffiti and vandalism. At 1p.m. on Aug. 5, volunteers have been invited to bring wire brushes to scrub graffiti from the heavily-tagged granite banks. Courtesy Christian Knight
Eagle Falls, a once-beautiful popular recreation area on the Skykomish River near Highway 2, has become an incubator for graffiti and vandalism. At 1p.m. on Aug. 5, volunteers have been invited to bring wire brushes to scrub graffiti from the heavily-tagged granite banks. Courtesy Christian Knight

Eagle Falls was a beautiful outdoors destination. Now it’s more paint than water

July 13, 2017 5:27 PM