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Trekking the Alki History Trail

Follow my adventure checking out the 24 stops on the “Alki History Trail”.

This fall I swung by the Southwest Seattle Historical Society Log Cabin Museum. 268 more words

Seattle History

It has a Scorched Face on It - Alki Trail

Right across from the supernatural boulder I have difficulty finding is the second stop on the Alki History Trail. It is called “Dxkasus” in the local Native American tongue.   422 more words

Seattle History

Horned Snake Owns It - Alki Trail

Welcome to my new series which follows along a brochure I found at the Southwest Historical Socity. Above is a photo of the front cover with Cheif Sealth (we are named after him) and the schooner Exact (it brought the some of the first pioneers to Seattle in November 1851). 377 more words

Seattle History

Alki's North Pole

In May 2016 I visited Alki and wrote about my visit “My first visit to Alki“. Sunday, December 18th, I read about Alki’s Noth Pole in Inara’s blog “ 169 more words

Diomita Maurer

Alki Beach.

Being at Alki beach after a fresh cut, my cousin decided to snatch some amazing photos of my cousin, dad, and I. They all ended up being great, and this was when I decided to actually take more photos in the near future.

Seattle

Jack Block Park

This was a perfect day for sketching.  Bright sun and cool breezes.   The Friday group of Urban Sketchers Seattle met at Jack Block Park on the south eastern section of the Aliki point. 120 more words

Sketches

Northwest Tribal Canoe Journey

As I looked out from the beach in West Seattle, they appeared as specks on the horizon. But as they inched closer, if I looked hard enough, I could see their paddles undulating in unison. 492 more words