West Seattle 4th of July scenes: Along the shoreline

After leaving the Southwest Seattle Historical Society’s Log House Museum, we traveled Alki and Harbor Avenues to see what’s up this 4th of July. Above, at 59th/Alki, we found the AMNO & Co. underwater-robotics team with fundraising refreshments (they’re there until 6 pm) – here’s our recent story about them. Right across the street, perhaps the most unusual food truck we’ve seen at Alki:

Yes, it’s a truck promoting Birds-Eye frozen food. Exactly what we had on our mind on the national barbecuing holiday. From there, more routine sights, including what you’ll always see at Don Armeni and other northeast-facing points by early afternoon on the 4th – people staked out for a fireworks view:

Whatever you do – be safe. We’re hoping for a quiet night. But we’ll be covering breaking news 24/7 as always, so if you see/hear something, 206-293-6302.

3 Replies to "West Seattle 4th of July scenes: Along the shoreline"

  • miws July 4, 2013 (6:42 pm)

    Well, if today had been as hot as it was earlier in the week, a package of frozen peas would have felt mighty fine on the back of the neck, or could have helped cool down a sunburn! ;-)



  • Alkidoc July 4, 2013 (10:11 pm)

    What is that black cloud of smoke behind the space needle? I’m near Salty’s

    • WSB July 4, 2013 (10:14 pm)

      There’s a big fire call on Northlake Way – perhaps that.

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