A break in the perpetually rainy weather gave Dave and Denise Hays of Olympia a chance to “enjoy the day and get out for a walk” through the Chinese Reconciliation Park on Tacoma’s Ruston Way waterfront on Nov. 3. A similar break in the precipitation awaits South Sound residents on Wednesday and Thursday.
A break in the perpetually rainy weather gave Dave and Denise Hays of Olympia a chance to “enjoy the day and get out for a walk” through the Chinese Reconciliation Park on Tacoma’s Ruston Way waterfront on Nov. 3. A similar break in the precipitation awaits South Sound residents on Wednesday and Thursday. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
A break in the perpetually rainy weather gave Dave and Denise Hays of Olympia a chance to “enjoy the day and get out for a walk” through the Chinese Reconciliation Park on Tacoma’s Ruston Way waterfront on Nov. 3. A similar break in the precipitation awaits South Sound residents on Wednesday and Thursday. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Blue skies should be shining on the area Wednesday

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