Today's 8.8 mile South Park walk was made more enjoyable by starting and ending in the nicest part of a residential section. The middle of the walk took me through the industrial section of northern South Park between West Marginal Way S (Highway 99) and the Duwamish.
with its creative sign, water sculpture and blooming tulips.
Duwamish Waterway Park (with quite a few picnic tables)
South Riverside Drive Shoreline and Street End Improvement project was underway and another sign proposing a storm water pump and a water quality facility.
The lower case brewery was across the street from an Access Van parking lot.
South Park Bridge (which is scheduled to open this summer) and chatted with a resident who can't wait to get back to his walks on the other side of the bridge.
Stock Box store and bought some good looking apples at a reasonable price.
South Park Community Center,
the South Park Neighborhood Center with what looked like a Little Free Library out front,
Duwamish Rowing Club,
marine-related yard art, signs for the Duwamish Trail