Coronavirus Update: Governor Inslee’s Stay At Home Order

Last night Governor Inslee issued a statewide stay at home order. The order is in effect until April 6th.

Luckily parks are still on the allowed activities list, as long as you follow all other precautions, which include not going if you are sick or know you have been exposed, and keeping at least six feet away from other people.

Here’s the list of activities that are still allowed under the new order:

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Keep your distance at parks! Don’t give the city an excuse to shut them down!

Too many people who are flocking to Seattle area parks and other places like Snoqualmie Falls to avoid going stir crazy are ignoring social distancing precautions.

Police have been forced to disband large groups at places like Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill and Alki Beach. People are also ignoring the closure of all active recreation facilities like playgrounds and basketball courts.

The city is already discussing the possibility of completely closing all parks if people continue to disregard distancing safety measures. Stiff fines and potentially jail time would be imposed on anyone ignoring park closures if they are shut down.

We need to maintain access to parks so we have a place to get outside in these stressful times! Don’t ruin it for everyone. Keep your distance from other people at all times.

What you can do:

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More La Conner Snapshots


I arrived back home from house sitting in La Conner on Friday night. My mom and step-dad had a great trip sailing around the South Pacific, except for my step-dad getting sick with the flu at the end. Luckily it was after they were off the cruise ship and staying at an RV park in San Diego.

The weather never cooperated (lots of clouds, rain, and wind) the entire second half of my stay, so these pics are from March. Except for doing a few timelapses of clouds from the house’s deck my poor camera stayed in its bag in April.

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