West Seattle scenes: “Paradise” in the park; eagle on the branch

January 18, 2010 at 7:32 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle video, Wildlife | 6 Comments

Seems like it’s all about Lincoln Park today – this is the third item in which it’s factored, but undeniably the most pleasant – Gatewood resident Pam from Nerd’s Eye View shares that video from a walk along the LP waterfront. She observed that this is one of those afternoons in which West Seattle is definitely “paradise.” Meantime, Rob and Patricia Shiras shared this photo of an eagle seen near their Seaview home: “We see the eagle almost every day and sometimes just circles above us. The eagle gets chased away by the crows and seagulls.”

6 Comments

  1. Pam, how in the whole wide world were you able to make it down to the beach at Lincoln Park without the gates to the parking lot being open?

    Comment by rdm — 8:27 pm January 18, 2010 #

  2. crazy but true… we walked. no problem.

    Comment by pam — 9:07 pm January 18, 2010 #

  3. Maybe she walked there? It is really a great picture and right in our own neighborhood!

    Comment by Ms Evelyn — 9:08 pm January 18, 2010 #

  4. Maybe she walked there?

    It is really a great picture and right in our own neighborhood!

    Comment by Ms Evelyn — 9:14 pm January 18, 2010 #

  5. Yes, it was all about LP yesterday. The weather made the park even more stunning than usual. We are so fortunate to have this treasure in our midst. I was there with my 2 kids for a couple hours and we soaked up the sun like it was candy.

    Comment by krista — 6:50 am January 19, 2010 #

  6. LP?
    That sounds like something on my stereo or Easy Street Records.
    Not our glorious Lincoln Park, not the unknown wonder of Seattle’s Parks, not the jewel of Fauntleroy…not my birth turf!
    Always formally “Lincoln Park”,
    or for locals, “the Park”.
    Never “LP”.
    Please?

    Comment by crusty old nulu — 8:51 am January 19, 2010 #

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