LOW-LOW TIDES RETURN: ‘Deaf Community Beach Walk’ at Lincoln Park on Saturday


(Photo by Long Bach Nguyen, looking south from Alki Point during -1.4 tide on July 9th)

The low-low tides are back, starting with -1.6 right now and receding to low tides below minus-3 feet both days this weekend (here’s a chart). On Saturday (July 22nd), the Seattle Aquarium beach-naturalist program is offering a Deaf Community Beach Walk,” with sign-language interpretation available 10 am- 1pm, as well as beach naturalists, on the shore at Lincoln Park. Look for the signs.

2 Replies to "LOW-LOW TIDES RETURN: 'Deaf Community Beach Walk' at Lincoln Park on Saturday"

  • miws July 20, 2017 (3:03 pm)

    I was crossing the South Park Bridge on the bus this morning at around 10:10 am and the low-low tide was definitely noticeable on the Boeing side of the Duwamish, on the south side of the bridge. 

    Mike 

  • Mark July 20, 2017 (10:50 pm)

    Low tides are kewl.  Last summer walked from Alki to Lincoln Park during a low tide, long walk but very interesting.  

    Thanks WSB for the low tide alerts.

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