Juanita Bay Park, Kirkland, Washington
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Juanita Bay Park, Kirkland, Washington senior thesis proposal by Ian Slater

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  • Parks -- Washington (State) -- Kirkland -- Designs and plans,
  • Juanita Bay Park (Wash.)

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StatementIan Slater.
GenreDesigns and plans.
The Physical Object
Pagination9 leaves, [9] leaves of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17601497M

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Juanita Beach Park, Kirkland: See reviews, articles, and 51 photos of Juanita Beach Park, ranked No.3 on Tripadvisor among 22 attractions in Kirkland.4/ TripAdvisor reviews. Forbes Creek is a small, moderately sloping creek wholly within the city of Kirkland, Washington. From its headwaters on the Rose Hill moraine to its outlet at Juanita Bay is c. 2 miles ( km) as the crow northern extent of its basin is a nearly east–west line at NE th Street; the eastern boundary is at the Rose Hill ridgeline, roughly north–south at nd Avenue NE. Selected topics on history in and around Kirkland, Washington. The Juanita beach swimming raft, seen in the s. (courtesy Forbes family) Juanita Beach in the early s, during its final years as a private business. (courtesy Forbes family) Juanita Beach County Park, September, A young Matt McCauley (R) and his sister Marla (McCauley) Munson enjoy a post-duck feeding walk at the lake. Juanita Bay was first home to members of the Duwamish tribe, who occupied a village at the mouth of Juanita Creek in today's Juanita Beach Park. The village was known as TUHB-tuh-byook'w, Duwamish jargon for 'Loamy Place' after the composition of the soil, known as bay was a popular place to harvest Wapatoes, a type of aquatic potato.

Juanita Bay Park is a grassy lake-front park on Lake Washington with a thick wall of trees beside the water -- a great place for bird watching, especially in the morning. There are guided ranger walks / TripAdvisor reviews.   Longtimers remember well the former incarnation of Kirkland's fabulous, acre Juanita Bay Park, today rich not only in wildlife, but also in the city's fascinating history. The compassionate and experienced team at Juanita Bay Veterinary Hospital is proud to serve pet owners in Kirkland, Bothell, Bellevue, Redmond and surrounding communities. We understand that your pet is an important part of your life, which is why we use . Find your perfect stay from Kirkland Accommodations near Juanita Bay Park and book Kirkland hotels with lowest price guarantee. COVID Travel Alert If you have an upcoming booking to change or cancel, please check next steps and policies.