Alki storm aftermath: Liberating Liberty from sand, driftwood

Remember those wild waves at Alki on Saturday?

(Saturday photo by Long Bach Nguyen)
(More video/photos here.) Monday, it was cleanup time at Statue of Liberty Plaza:

(WSB photo)
We spotted those workers while catching a quick view of the USS John C. Stennis. Later, David Hutchinson shared a clearer look at what Seattle Parks had to pick up:

One inch of sand, David points out. Plus plenty of driftwood:

The afternoon high tides for the next few days are about as high as they were over the weekend – but without the strong north winds and extra stormwater, they’re just, well, high tides.

3 Replies to "Alki storm aftermath: Liberating Liberty from sand, driftwood"

  • wscommuter December 2, 2014 (8:36 am)

    Mother Nature. For reals. You go, girl.

  • G December 2, 2014 (4:10 pm)

    Stormy down here in Socal too! We’ve had a three-day torrential drenching which will go a long ways to ending the drought.

  • NW December 2, 2014 (4:49 pm)

    Was just down at Alki on the bicycle and briefly pedaled along that stretch Poseidon was at it again out on his waters!

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