Garbage Can Time Capsule Opened
As part of its ongoing Centennial celebration, a time capsule buried 30 years ago was opened in Tukwila yesterday in front of an audience of 50.
The time capsule was made of a galvanized trash can sealed with duct tape.
In order to get into the garbage can capsule, the tape had to be cut off.
And what was the most significant item (in our humble opinion) found within?
A bumper sticker that read:
“Tukwila: next to the largest city in Washington.”
My, how times have changed…
Full Seattle Times story here.