I approached this park from the south after peddling past signs notifying me that I am in a private residential community, whatever that means.
Wednesday, September 1, 2021
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I found Parks Department signage once I entered the scrap of woods. Housing was never out of sight.
I left the pavement to head northeast. This led me across an open field after which I rejoined the eastern branch of this urban trail.
Heading south again I found this picnic ready cul-de-sac.
The Taliesen subdivision spreads across three square cul-de-sacs that intersect S.W. 130th Avenue, Thirty Rummers share space with as many ranch and split-level traditional homes. The entire subdivision is flanked to the west by the mature Douglas firs of Taliesen Park, which was donated by Rummer during development in 1966. post