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Drumheller Fountain, Seattle

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Fantastic View from Drumheller Fountain

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If you stand between Suzzallo library and Johnson hall at the University of Washington you get a fantastic view of Drumheller Fountain with the picturesque Mt. Rainier in the background. This location is so well known for its fantastic view that it has been given a name: Rainier Vista. Follow the steps down to Drumheller fountain and you will find rose gardens, and most likely a large number of Canadian geese. The pond in which Drumheller Fountain received the name Frosh Pond from an incident many years ago where a group of freshmen where thrown into the pond. When originally built for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in 1909, it was named Geyser Basin. I love the view from here and I also love the roses. Just a tip – there are usually a lot of geese here, so watch your step (they leave rather large droppings). [more ]


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