Today, I walked 6.6 miles and used the Chief Sealth Trail in Mid Beacon Hill to connect the edges of some prior walks. This is a great way to connect neighborhoods.
Dearborn Park Elementary (pictured in a prior post) veered onto Orcas Street for a few feet. The arrow and barrier are most likely there to prevent trail users from entering the school driveway which looks a lot like the trail. There are quite a few dead end streets abutting the trail; houses and streets in the area are tidy.
HomeSight community, Noji Gardens,
with its welcoming signs.
Katharine's Place (pictured in a prior post) and the Bunkhouse
Heading back to the trail, I noted shops along MLK Jr Way including auto maintenance shops, a Vietnamese Asian grocery store and Abdul's Fastfood and Deli.
Seattle Chinese Alliance Church (pictured in a prior post), Abu-Bakr Mosque, a Washington State Department of Social and Health Services facility
and Co Lam Pagoda.