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Just in case it was the last nice sunset we have for a while

June 2, 2007 11:20 pm
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 |   West Seattle beaches

Might have been; the forecast doesn’t look too promising. (Photo taken @ Lowman.)


WS Gas Price Watch: Still the champ

admiralchev601.jpgFor a whopping two days now, Admiral/Cali Chevron (left) has held the title of lowest posted regular gas price in WS – $3.21/gallon. According to AAA’s price tracker, that’s not only below the current Seattle average, it’s even a bit below the average price one year ago today.

Trip back in time

June 2, 2007 6:30 pm
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 |   Fun stuff to do | West Seattle history

Rhonda @ Beach Drive Blog tips us to a must-go event (for us WS history fans, anyway) tomorrow: memories of Luna Park, at the former site of Luna Park. Conveniently, this will be happening during low-tide time, when what remains of the LP pilings can further fuel your imagination. (Here’s the Luna Park history link from our WS History page.)

Reflective mood

June 2, 2007 12:25 pm
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 |   West Seattle beaches

-2 low tide bottoming out at Alki right about now, and it’ll be replicated just after 1 tomorrow afternoon. Caught this group & their reflection as the tide was on its way out.


Off to the races

As the Times points out this morning, election season is about to begin. You’ve probably already noticed sundquistsign.jpgthat one candidate has gotten a jump on things by blanketing West Seattle with yard signs (photo at right) even before officially filing to run. Steve Sundquist is the first declared candidate for the WS (District 6) school board seat that Irene Stewart is giving up. We don’t know much about him yet (here’s his site if you want to peruse for yourself), but we’ll miss Stewart, who we thought was doing a decent job in a difficult (to say the least) situation. As for when we’ll start voting – the primary is now earlier than ever – August 21.

From fluff ‘n’ fold, to Fluffy’s food?

The city permit files say a pet-food store is in the works for Westwood Village. We can’t find a center blueprint to match WV “suite numbers” to specific stores, so we can’t tell if that’s what’s going into the laundromat space (below) that just emptied out north of QFC, but crews are certainly working fast and furious to convert it into something. Also, the permit files mention progress on the WV in-the-works Taco Del Mar.