Here’s the River Birch office building. What do you see?
- A sign indicating two business occupy the building.
- A covered entrance at the left end of the building.
- Double doors opening from the entrance (Right Arrow)
- A white door to the left of the double doors (Left Arrow)
SLABBED has offered three tours:
As I was cleaning up the photo files, I ran across a couple of pictures that had been overlooked when putting the tours together. I still don’t have a floor plan. However, this exterior shot gives some indication of the layout. Consequently, in this
sweep tour, I can update a few earlier guesses with somewhat “educated” guesses and a very helpful “hint” from Tele”. Continue reading “Trading Spaces (not the TV show)”
Judge “Ginger” won’t see 99 boxes of files on the wall behind the door simply marked “office” – or a description of this surprisingly different “common space” in the Heebe-River Birch “tour guide“.
Of course, no one would want to call Judge Berrigan’s civil-right’s-focused-attention to the obvious “discriminating” taste of whoever decided to cram “the little people” in modules at the “expense” of this fine custom-designed space.
Surely, it’s not an absurd argument to claim that Oriental carpets of exceptional quality should only furnish the office space used by exceptional people – “high type folks” who can be trusted to sit on leather.
Below, a collection of gold-framed paintings hang over a custom-made desk with a leather executive chair. Directly in front of the desk is Continue reading “Guess what’s behind the door marked “office” – not unless Monty Hall led the search of Heebe-River Birch!”
Maybe next time, Unslabbed, but Fred had his people write the tour guide and it’s only right that he give this tour of the River Birch office building. Sorry.
“After entering through the glass front door, there is an open doorway straight ahead and a stairwell on the left…”
“The plaintiffs would then suggest that the Court enter the elevator room and take the elevator to the third floor, again noting the building directory…On the third floor, outside the elevator, is a waiting area with two chairs and a small table.” Continue reading “Ladies and gentlemen, Fred Heebe is your docent for this tour of the River Birch office building”