With one year anniversary of tragic Seattle Ride the Ducks crash approaching – this is probably bad timing on my part. In years past I’ve ridden Seattle Ducks twice and Memphis Ducks once.
DC Ducks are seen in 2 locations – last one is in front of Union Station.
A Nissan LEAF all electric taxicab makes another appearance. You see it on right of Duck Boat – then it’s on left. Interestingly enough I was so focused on the Duck I almost missed LEAF taxi.
Duck Tours in US are not run by same operator. Some cities are independent or run by regional company.
Ride the Ducks is a national duck tour operator, and an eponymous tourist attraction in U.S. cities.
DUKW (colloquially known as Duck) is a six-wheel-drive amphibious modification of the 2-ton capacity CCKW trucks used by the U.S. military in World War II.
“The first “duck tour” company was started in 1946 by Mel Flath in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.”
4 dead, 2 critically injured in collision between Ride the Ducks vehicle, charter bus on Aurora Bridge Seattle Originally published September 24, 2015 at 11:20 am
“Ten of the company’s 20 amphibious Duck vehicles have since been allowed to return to service in Seattle, but they now take a different route that avoids travel over the narrow Aurora Bridge.”
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