No but fortunately I can read. It’s clear they are opening new parks. There’s a list. Couldn’t pay me to live where I can see a Seattle park.
My mother in law lives a couple blocks from Alki, lots of people enjoying that park. She has to walk at 5:00 AM to social distanceThat is unfortunate.
You missed a lot of opportunity to all enjoy the Seattle parks that have been open the past month or so.
I’ve been enjoying the great saltwater beaches.
If fishing season was open and not closed for the Virus. You still couldn't fish in a river. Rivers in the real world don't open until Memorial Day and that just a few do open then.In the most populous area of our state you can now go to the parks and beaches but we cannot drive to a river and get out and fish? Explain that one. I’m sure some will.
Thinking about when rivers actually do open would be better, but we all need a hobby.Maybe Gorgefly interpreted the " all Seattle parks are now open" thinking they were all closed.
Thou for a guy not wanting to come to Seattle parks, he has spent some time thinking about them.
After reading both the article and the posts above in this thread from members I presume to be Seattlites, I'm not sure whether any Seattle Parks were ever closed or if only some were closed. It does look like the two farmers' markets in Seattle re-opened. I think the Seattle Parks department may manage those markets but don't know.
All you need to do is read Komo’s piece. It clearly says some Seattle parks that were closed since the stay at home order are reopening this weekend along with the markets. I guess I can’t take that as as truth then. My bad. Would not be the first time the media gets it wrong. Most of them get it wrong on purpose actually much of the time. I was simply stating I would not want to live where I could see a Seattle park because that would mean I had to live there. The only skyscrapers I prefer to live among have trees all over them and snow in winter.
Sorry I believed your inept news station:
“Many of those places were closed earlier because of the governor’s stay-at-home order.”
“The city of Seattle says all parks and beaches have reopened, but the loop trails around Green Lake and at Seward Park are only open to pedestrians. And it’s one-way.”
Ok so I’ll quote it then. What more do you want. Since you can see ONE of the parks then you must know. Apparently you don’t even know what’s going on in your own city. And yes, I was always talking about Seattle. Read my original post ...... “the most populous area in the state” yeah, you guessed it. I assumed you knew that.