Marking the spot from Denali to the Capitol: Small Madison firm rules survey-marker niche
Not long ago, Rhonda Rushing got off a cruise ship at Skagway, the one-time Klondike boom town in the Alaska panhandle.

It’s a picturesque spot — evergreen-covered cliffs framing a long and narrow fjord, sawtooth peaks rising in the middle distance and streets peppered with historic buildings dating to the mad rush for gold in the 1890s.

While her fellow passengers focused their cameras on the spectacular scenery, Rushing’s eyes were drawn to an unremarkable patch of sidewalk. There, between a set of railroad tracks and a utility pole, was a small metal disc embedded in the pavement — and, for Rushing, the prize photo of the trip...


Ken Notes: Great read, great story, great company...

- - Volume: 6 - WEEK: 42 Date: 10/18/2018 9:11:49 AM -