Tri-Cities Friday Photo #14

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Wow – it’s a Friday the 13th!  One Friday the 13th in 1981, my brother’s girlfriend broke up with him in the morning, he got a flat tire in the afternoon, and lost his job in the early evening.  But that’s the only Friday the 13th negativity I’ve ever encountered (and it wasn’t even my life that was directly affected).

Each Friday, I post a picture of a well-known Tri-Cities sight, but from a different perspective. Each picture will be something you’ve likely seen many, many times, if you live or have lived here. However, I’ll take it from a slightly different angle or view than how you usually see it. If you have a guess as to the location, please leave it in the comments.

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Cari McGee

My husband and I came to the Tri-Cities in 1994, and we thought it would be a temporary stop on our way to larger cities. He was a television sports anchor at the time, and we planned to go wherever the "next step up" took us. Twenty-plus years later, we're still here and we've loved every minute of it! We have two children now, and we've found the Tri-Cities area is a wonderful place to raise a family. It's a great place to do outdoorsy things -- I like to hike Badger Mountain or run along the river path. I also love reading ... by a cozy fire in the winter or a beautiful picture window in the summer (with the A/C on!). I've been a licensed Realtor since 2004. I earned my managing broker's license in 2016, which means I can run my own brokerage, or create a team of real estate agents and supervise them, which is exactly what I did when I formed the Cari McGee Real Estate Team in 2018! We have administrative and marketing personnel, as well as additional agents to serve you. I became a director of the Tri-Cities Association of Realtors Board of Directors in 2016, became Secretary/Treasurer of the organization, and was elected to Vice President in 2019. Want to talk about real estate? Click here to schedule a meeting with me!


  1. Matt McGee says:

    That looks like a storage facility in Egypt, akshully.

  2. Cari McGee says:

    Um, no. Sorry, and thank you for playing!

  3. Kate Khawaja says:

    Very mysterious!

  4. Cari McGee says:

    As you enter Columbia Park from the Edison St. entrance, this building is off to the right.

  5. Matt McGee says:

    I still think it’s somewhere in Egypt. The piece on the ground there looks like the kind of quarried limestone that was described in the ancient writings of Herodotus.

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