"D. B. Cooper's" House? (former)

From the article at the More Info link:
My next stop was Bonney Lake. I wanted to see Kenny’s house out there. On the drive north from Portland, it became clear why so many agents believed that Cooper never survived the jump. The trees are hundreds of feet tall in the Cascades, a snow-capped collection of volcanoes and glaciers and miles of snowfields that never melt. Mount Rainer is the centerpiece, sitting high at over 14,000 feet, watching.

Kenny’s place is now a print shop on the main drag. I parked in the back and looked at Mount Rainier.
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@ 2008-04-12 03:02:09
Take the money and jump!!!