PHOTOGRAPHY BY SHANNON TIPPLE-LEEN, CAROLYN LAW & BETH SOMERFIELD
 
  ALKI 9BYE & BYE) By Teri Hein  
  STORIES FROM SEATTLE PARKS  
 
Carkeek 1. CARKEEK

...underneath the thorn bushes there might very well be fruit.
Flo Ware 2. FLO WARE

..neighborhoods should stick together.
Hiawatha 3. HIAWATHA

Every kid needs something they excel at.
Gas Works 4. GAS WORKS

..you just have to accept the life that you are given.
Orchids 5. VOLUNTEER

Her grandmother said, ‘Look at those orchids.’
Danny Woo 6. DANNY WOO

...in the way love and industry can turn a place into something special.
Woodland 7. WOODLAND

It’s the only sport where someone can start in midlife and excel.
Green Lake 8. GREEN LAKE

People should learn languages like the cavemen did.
Kubota 9. KUBOTA

The only way to know your garden is to crawl through it.
Ballard Bowl 10. BALLARD SKATE PARK

‘Play’ in the case of this story means ‘skateboard’.
Bradner 11. BRADNER

This neighborhood is full of poor, smart people.
Commodore 12. COMMODORE

Bob Kildall still gets excited, almost forty years later.