I had a few nice chats during today's 7.6 mile walk in the Fauntleroy neighborhood - reinforcing my feeling that West Seattle is one of the friendliest areas of the city.
Lincoln Park where I spotted a gas station and more of the spools of cable I noted on a prior walk - this time I could see that the wires were connected to another utility pole so I guess they are not an art installation.
Ballymena cupola. Turning west at Othello, I came upon a charming enclave of beautiful homes and gardens -some with spectacular sound views. I stopped to chat with a charming resident.
Lowman Beach Park where I noticed the Lowman Beach Community Association Bulletin Board.
Murray Avenue Pump Station where a number of homes appear to have been taken over by King County for a CSO (combined sewer overflows) control project. A sign notes that King County is building a one-million-gallon underground storage tank on this site. Murals decorated the surrounding fence.
Ducky" cottage is just south of the pump station and a narrow street passes homes on the water
Ballymena and The Kenney Senior Housing.
Pelly Place Natural Area, I met a visiting grandma taking her grandchildren to the park. She showed me a walkway to 46th and I spotted a beautiful garden along the way.
Solstice Park, I came across the Bob Booth Tennis Courts and the Lincoln Park P-Patch.