Three things to watch for, tonight and tomorrow

TONIGHT: If you commute from or through downtown, one last reminder that the Mariners are playing their home opener right now (follow it live online), and since it started at 3:40 pm, it’s likely to break up during the evening commute, with attendant effects on popular West Seattle-bound routes including The Viaduct, Alaskan Way, 1st and 4th Avenues.

TOMORROW: Speaking of the Mariners — tomorrow is Salute to Armed Forces Night at Safeco Field. On that same night last year, many West Seattleites were rattled (literally and figuratively) by the aircraft queueing over WS before their Safeco flyovers. (Here’s what we posted that night last year.) So this serves as your early warning for tomorrow night.

ALSO TOMORROW: The first cruise ship of the year will be visible from West Seattle shores – it’s Celebrity Cruises’ Mercury, the one with the “X” on the funnel seen at right of the photo below (taken toward the end of last cruise season; see this year’s full Seattle cruise-ship visit schedule here):


2 Replies to "Three things to watch for, tonight and tomorrow"

  • NO SODO MOJO March 31, 2008 (9:35 pm)

    It’s time for West Seattle’s annual Mariner’s Tax and avoidance of all things around downtown during another interminable baseball season. Where is Clay when we need him?

  • Erik March 31, 2008 (10:39 pm)

    This is the value of the Water Taxi, to avoid the inevitable downtown gridlock with M’s games (and MIA route 56 buses). Now I just have to wait another 4 weeks for it to start up.

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