Wednesday, September 08, 2004
Picture Boulevard Park walkway, Bellingham
The new walkway south of Bellingham's Boulevard Park is done. Connects the park to the old Taylor Street Dock. I don't use it often if I am just trying to bike to the south side of town. Crowded with strollers, I only use it if I am in the mood to take in the view; poke along. For a more pragmatic bike commute, I use access road out of the south end of the Boulevard Park parking lot. Then head south on Tenth back to the trail.
This is not a normal rock, seen between the shoreline and the new walkway south of Boulevard Park. Early in Bellingham's history (so I heard) a big cannery swept tin out the back door, over a period of years. The pile bacame a tiny tinflake island.
One can swim out to this island, but the flakes of metal are sharp. It is easy to get cut sticking your hands here.
Posted by Theslowlane Robert Ashworth at 8:22 PM
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