Just got back from Duvall

Tim Cottage

Formerly tbc1415
I've heard tell of a sect of Duvalite nuns, sworn to celibacy, and poverty, who are now ascending in years and lacking in viable healthcare options other than faith, at least until the new year turns. Rapture, they say, is still a few more years away and quite possibly "goin' off somewhere round Cherry Valley... shit's gonna get real...when Old Man Jim returns carrying the sacred Delorme of the Squiggly Blue Lines" These devout, emaciated nuns, pale from a life spent under the dense forest canopy of outer Duval(l), stealing goats, digging truffles, snaring raccoons and studying scriptures have swapped rosary beads for sawzalls. They favor a low slung multi-paneled geo metro, and proslytize river pullouts along the Sky, Stilly, Snoq, Skagit and Snoho. They are fast and agile, and, given their emaciated nature, quite capable of worshipping beneath a vehicle, delivering catalytic converters from evil and using said salvage monies for the purchasing of basic healthcare. they practice what they preach, you can hear that loose fanbelt, cc and muffler-lacking Geo Metro wail like a devil from the seventh pit of hell (ie Carnation) out over the west facing valleys and floodplains of the north Central Cascades
Lies! All lies.

TC
 
For those that did not know, and those that had no reason to care,
DUVALL LIVES!

Brighter at night, than the Big Apple, LA, or the Vegas strip.

Can be seen from outer space at greater distances than any of the
metropolitan areas.


Well, maybe not all of the metropolitan areas. I may have gone a little overboard there.
 

Old Man

Just an Old Man
Think Duvall gets minimal coverage from the Woodinville Weekly too. So is Duvall to turn 100 yeara old soon? Maybe OMJ knows? Hell he was probably scouting waters in the area before the first structure went up in Duvall:eek:

OMJ ever run in to this dude?
I'm not that OLD.
 
Damn! It sounds like Duvall has come a long way! I vividly recall my first visit to this quaint little town at the ripe age 15. My best memory is my visit to the former drug store (I think it’s now a Mexican Restaurant). Upon exiting, I was confronted by the sight of 4 – 5 locals, who were waiting in the parking lot with the intention of beating me to a pulp. Fortunately, the clerk let me and my friend escape out the back door. Later on, another group (it could have been the same people) threw eggs at us while we were sitting in a parking lot. Since then, I haven’t really had much desire to spend a whole lot of time in Duvall.
 
Damn! It sounds like Duvall has come a long way! I vividly recall my first visit to this quaint little town at the ripe age 15. My best memory is my visit to the former drug store (I think it’s now a Mexican Restaurant). Upon exiting, I was confronted by the sight of 4 – 5 locals, who were waiting in the parking lot with the intention of beating me to a pulp. Fortunately, the clerk let me and my friend escape out the back door. Later on, another group (it could have been the same people) threw eggs at us while we were sitting in a parking lot. Since then, I haven’t really had much desire to spend a whole lot of time in Duvall.
Good grief. What did you do to them to cause such hostility?

Perhaps DUVALL has come on gentler and kinder times. Perhaps you should visit again. Unless the same folks still live there.
 
Good grief. What did you do to them to cause such hostility?

Perhaps DUVALL has come on gentler and kinder times. Perhaps you should visit again. Unless the same folks still live there.
Nothing that I recall. It was probably a simple matter of me looking like a young punk who would be fun to kick around for a bit.
 

Itchy Dog

Some call me Kirk Werner
Nothing that I recall. It was probably a simple matter of me looking like a young punk who would be fun to kick around for a bit.
That was back in the day when our city council members dealt weed on the side. Well, at least one of them did. It were a little rough around the edges 20+ years ago. Duvall has become much softer since then. You're safe to return as long as you don't stay too long.
 

KerryS

Ignored Member
That was back in the day when our city council members dealt weed on the side. Well, at least one of them did. It were a little rough around the edges 20+ years ago. Duvall has become much softer since then. You're safe to return as long as you don't stay too long.
I wonder if I could get back into the Duvall Tavern now?
 
That was back in the day when our city council members dealt weed on the side. Well, at least one of them did. It were a little rough around the edges 20+ years ago. Duvall has become much softer since then. You're safe to return as long as you don't stay too long.
People and places change. From the sound of things, Duvall is not the same place that it was back then. In a similar sense, I am not the same person that I was then. Heck, I’d be willing to give Duvall another chance. Especially since it is now considered "the Paris of the west".