Camp Long. They are not really streets but this was an excellent way to end my adventure. We talked with the helpful people in the Environmental Learning Center, heard birds chirping and saw a few squirrels. We noted picnic shelters and the ten cabins available for rent to urban campers.
but not as impressed as we were with the Ropes Course where we stopped to watch a crew of Seattle Mountain Rescue volunteers teaching others to navigate these challenges.
Oh to be 40 years younger!
West Seattle Golf Course
South Seattle Community College to see the Chinese Garden
whose peaceful courtyard reminded us a little of the Chinese Scholar's Garden in Vancouver, BC.
Walk On Socks; they were very comfortable! I came home and downloaded a We the Peepers app so that I'll be ready for my upcoming visit with my grandson. (Shameless plugs for some good businesses:-) )
Now that I have completed my walks, I plan to return to some areas for Seattle experiences. I'll start by marching in the Sounder's pre-game parade and riding the Big Wheel. I plan to revise the list of Seattle Gems and make copies it and the index of walks by neighborhood so that they will be the first posts visitors will see. But blog revisions can wait for a while so that I can enjoy the accomplishment and consider what I have learned.