Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Alaska



Rainmobiles appear to be the logical choice in a city that accumulates up to 30 feet of rain per year. Should walking be your preferred alternative choice of mobility there are containers of free umbrellas readily available for pedestrians use. Who would think of that but unique Ketchican!

2 comments:

cieldequimper said...

First time I've ever seen them! How funny!

Jacob said...

30 feet of rain???

Good grief. These rain mobiles remind me of the ubiquitous golf carts in The Villages, Florida, many of which are equipped with covers similar to these.

Wonderful machines, for sure!