Barton Street P-Patch seemed to be doing well and growing tall too.
Stuffed Cakes bakery and Co Co & Co across the street from the Lucky 5 convenience store/gas station.
Southwest Branch of the Seattle Public Library (checking inside, it appeared to have a lot to offer young children and teens),
Eckankar, Religion of the Light and Sound of God (this was next door to a proposed land use action sign to replace one house with four)
Jesus Center (Home of Freedom Church of Seattle).
Walking east along Roxbury, I came to a spot where one side of the street was in Seattle and the other side was in unincorporated King County - almost the first thing I saw outside the city limits was Roxbury Lanes and Casino.
The eastern portion of my walk included Roxhill Park with its new skate park, play area, ball fields and ornamental arched entryway,
Chief Sealth High School
and Westwood Village Shopping Center which was larger than I'd expected. (I stopped in the Barnes and Noble to admire the nice children's section.)
Roxhill Elementary School, a Driver Licensing office,
Longfellow Court Co-operatives
some great gardens.