While you’re out walking/running/wandering today …

longfellow.jpgEven if you’ve walked by ’em a hundred times, take a second look at some of the public artworks around West Seattle. We just happened onto the city pages that provide a little background into these installations (artist, date, inspiration, etc.), such as the West Seattle Cultural Trail along Alki, the Longfellow Creek Trail signs (photo left), Sky Legends at High Point Library, this one outside High Point Community Center or this one outside Southwest Community Center … seems the sign outside the Southwest Precinct is even public art.

1 Reply to "While you're out walking/running/wandering today ..."

  • lina March 3, 2008 (11:52 am)

    Walking the Longfellow Greek Legacy Trail is a really cool way to spend an afternoon. Following these signposts is like an exciting scavenger hunt following the creek as it winds through neighborhoods, front yards and beautiful sections of urban forests. Great for kids and adults alike! you can download maps or check out the main house at Camp Long, they also have resources there. Or you could just head out on the trail-i believe that the ‘headwaters’ are are right next to roxhill playfield and you can walk north from there following signposts. sometimes you gotta search around a little bit but it is worth it!

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