image from NASA</a>
If you look at a satellite image of the Pacific Northwest, you will see, inside the loose quadrilateral formed by Tacoma, Missoula, Boise and Eugene, a giant face. Two lazy eyes, the broad sweep of the nose and a mouth very close to the chin. He changes through the seasons but is more or less a fixture. Once you see it you won't be able to unsee it. Meet Cascadian Man.