Sky Prairie Park is in the Five Mile neighborhood. While this is the last of the beautiful flowers that are part of the natural landscaping, the park is still a wonderful place to walk, play, and picnic. It is such a privilege to have quality parks in our neighborhood!
The fall leaves are gone now, however, it was a beautiful autumn in Spokane. This is an overview of our downtown park and the clock tower.
Our beautiful fall cannot go by without another colorful picture of our trees. We are blessed with great beauty!
Riverpark Square is a busy, busy shopping mall in the heart of downtown Spokane. Major tenants like Macy’s and Nordstrom are accompanied by many, smaller franchise and independent stores. An eating area features quick food and fine dining. This picture is on the north side of the mall, facing the park. Rock City Grill has outside patio dining that is popular with patrons who are loving our beautiful weather!
Pig Out in the Park certainly attracted a crowd. The Big Red Wagon is always a hit. This picture was taken looking North from the wagon….notice the strategic placement of the sno-cone booth!
A great feature at Riverfront is the Children’s Museum, Mobius. There is a wonderful variety of things to do, explorations into how things work.
The Labor Day weekend brings celebrations to Riverfront Park. It’s called “Pig Out in the Park”. Looks to me like the festivities are beginning!
Riverpark Square offers a variety of shopping opportunities. These beautiful pieces are in an art gallery on the second floor–close to Macy’s.
This is the southern view from Schweitzer Mountain. In the distance we could see Pend Oreille Lake.