A geologic dip just west (to the right) of Mount Rainier which soon could be named “Vancouver Notch” could be seen from Tacoma’s Fireman’s Park on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015. The Murray Morgan Bridge (11th Street Bridge) is in the foreground.
A geologic dip just west (to the right) of Mount Rainier which soon could be named “Vancouver Notch” could be seen from Tacoma’s Fireman’s Park on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015. The Murray Morgan Bridge (11th Street Bridge) is in the foreground. David Montesino Staff photographer
A geologic dip just west (to the right) of Mount Rainier which soon could be named “Vancouver Notch” could be seen from Tacoma’s Fireman’s Park on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015. The Murray Morgan Bridge (11th Street Bridge) is in the foreground. David Montesino Staff photographer

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