West Seattle scenes: Busy day on the beach

Luckie shares that photo from the beach at Constellation Park south of Alki Point, the most popular tidewalking spot during this morning’s low-low tide – we drove by around noon and noted school buses from Mercer Island, Issaquah, and Seattle districts. (Further south, we noted a Highline bus across from Me-Kwa-Mooks.) On West Seattle’s north-facing shore, we stopped for a look at the stubs of pilings where the Luna Park amusement park stood a century ago:

Here’s a Luna Park photo from the Seattle Municipal Archives:

Tomorrow’s low-low tide is the lowest of the month, -3.8 just after noon.

8 Replies to "West Seattle scenes: Busy day on the beach"

  • cranky Westie June 4, 2012 (1:49 pm)

    Me kwa mooks, you kwa mooks, they kwa mooks.

    Thank you for the opportunity to say this. I have always wanted to. My apologies to any native Salish speakers. Feel free to make fun of my name, which in Finnish means “Awkward Donut Maker”.

    • WSB June 4, 2012 (2:13 pm)

      No fun-making re: Finns here; my co-publisher/husband is half Finnish. – TR

  • Christie June 4, 2012 (3:16 pm)

    my son was one of the Seattle school kids out for a field trip – looks like they were having fun!

  • Jim Clark June 4, 2012 (3:45 pm)

    my pictures from today’s low tide


  • let them swim June 4, 2012 (4:26 pm)

    @WSB, I am sorry but, if half of your husband is Finnish, does that mean the other half is not done? I’m sorry again.

  • wellil June 4, 2012 (6:55 pm)

    Tomorrow’s isn’t just the lowest of the month. It’s the lowest of the year!

  • Bill at Duwamish Head June 5, 2012 (6:16 am)

    The historic photo of Luna Park is great. I cannot imagine how different life was here at Duwamish Head compared to now.

  • sun*e June 5, 2012 (8:32 am)

    @let them swim – ba-dump-bump-CHING! ;-)

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