At his Wednesday retirement party, with a rolling slide show chronicling his career behind him, DOT landscape architect Bob Barnes hugs Dogwood Park volunteer Rosie Trujillo. They worked together at the Eatonville site.
At his Wednesday retirement party, with a rolling slide show chronicling his career behind him, DOT landscape architect Bob Barnes hugs Dogwood Park volunteer Rosie Trujillo. They worked together at the Eatonville site. The Olympian
At his Wednesday retirement party, with a rolling slide show chronicling his career behind him, DOT landscape architect Bob Barnes hugs Dogwood Park volunteer Rosie Trujillo. They worked together at the Eatonville site. The Olympian

WSDOT landscape architect Bob Barnes retires after 33 years

December 30, 2010 12:00 AM

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