West Seattle St. Patrick’s Day sightings: Green stripe; ‘clamrocks’

Seen in West Seattle on St. Patrick’s Day 2018:

We of course had to go see if the legendary green stripe on 41st SW north of Admiral Way had been refreshed for another year. The pictorial proof is above. (We’ve featured it many past years – including 2017, 2016, 2015, 2011, 2010 – and it remains a mystery.) The next photo is from Suky:

Suky explains, “No shamrocks at Lincoln Park this morning – Just clamrocks!”

1 Reply to "West Seattle St. Patrick's Day sightings: Green stripe; 'clamrocks'"

  • NatureFriend March 18, 2018 (10:27 pm)

    Not to be a buzzkill but these painted clam shells left out on the beach at Lincoln Park are numerous and I saw some kids throwing them into the water. I imagine that glitter, glue and paint aren’t that great for the sea life or water. Maybe keep the painted shells at home and leave our park to nature. 

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