Centralia, Washington is almost an equal distance between Seattle and Portland. It was founded by a son of a slave, George Washington, in 1875. (http://www.historylink.org/File/5276) Its economy depended heavily on the lumber industry till the mill closed in 1959. Today, people stop in the town for the antique district downtown and the outlet malls. Now, there is another reason to stop, but only for Tesla owners. It now has a Tesla Supercharger Station. The Station is adjacent to the Outlet mall right off I-5. At these supercharger locations the most time it will take if you are drained completely is 75 minutes, enough time for some shopping.
The Tesla image was taken with the Nikon F100 with the Nikon 50mm 1.8g Lens using Adox CMS II film. The other images were shot on Kodak 400TX with the Nikomat El and the Nikkor-S Auto 50mm 1.4 Lens.