WEST SEATTLE SCENES: Sunset; flying piano; a certain bird

Three reader-contributed scenes from today/tonight before we move on with more news…

SUNSET: Thank you to John Brosnan for sharing that view. (added) Here’s the Lincoln Park view from Fatiha:

And from Lynn Hall:

FLYING PIANO: Jim Borrowsaw that from Upper Alki this morning – apparently a piano being lifted by crane to a buildings upper level:

And speaking of flying … bird news:

THE WEST SEATTLE TURKEY … seems to be in danger of becoming The Burien Turkey. Late today, it was seen in Seola, and then this video came from Tom Myers, who saw TWST this evening at “the west end of SW 116th”:

She apparently had been southbound all day, because we got earlier reports from south Arbor Heights and Seola.

4 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE SCENES: Sunset; flying piano; a certain bird"

  • M April 10, 2020 (9:02 pm)

    AT come back to Admiral.

  • Little Bear of Shorewood April 10, 2020 (9:41 pm)

    Well, now, Burien isn’t so bad! The Golden Pheasant visited our yard in Shorewood last year!

    • 22blades April 11, 2020 (5:40 am)

      Crush the curve! That bird needs to stay at home (Admiral)!

  • West_of_town April 11, 2020 (5:09 pm)

    Interesting that piano moving is deemed ‘essential’.  Money still talks, but it won’t save your life.  They may want to pen a requiem.

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