Author Archives: Mark Ahlness
Want to see 750 reasons why the Horseshoe Pit in Lincoln Park should be returned to the forest? Click on the picture below for a slideshow. Know this before you start: each pictures lasts 3 seconds there are 750 pictures … Continue reading
Showing up in pots around the yard, I wasn’t sure at first what they were, but took a guess they might be evergreen starts, so I dug up a few and put them in pots. I kept them under our … Continue reading
Want to see 350 reasons why the Horseshoe Pit in Lincoln Park should be returned to the forest? Click on the picture below for a slideshow spanning over a year and a half.
There are Ravens in Lincoln Park. Nesting. My wife and I have noted Ravens in Lincoln Park occasionally over the past five years – but they have been year round residents this past year. Recently, we have seen two, with … Continue reading
A fifteen minute walk from my typical Seattle back yard leads me to a vastly different 5,000 square foot plot – a publicly held wasteland that I visit almost as often as I visit my own yard. It is virtually … Continue reading
On March 13, 2014, I put up a little post here about some folks wanting to put a mountain bike park in a Seattle Parks natural area. Only a handful of people knew about it. That little post has now … Continue reading