These two men were taking readings near the Columbia River Park this week.
They had some sort of monitor on board.
Fencing at 401 Locust
Workmen on North Ninth
Here's how you cut a road.
Craft coffee from Strasburg
Fenced in or fenced out at 401 Locust?
Across the street: Pyramid Construction Services will store equipment in this lot while working on the addition to 401 Locust.
401 Locust, soon to be getting an addition, as Columbia Spy reported HERE.
Elsewhere . . . black vulture fledglings
Living Stones Masonry recently used its product to cover the exterior of its office area.
Home of the Huskies
Broken bollard at Locust Street Park
Here's a closer look.
Raising the Pennsylvania flag at Locust Street Park
Early evening at the river
Not a good combination: foil balloons and electrical wires
Killdeer preening on a track
Work resumes at 208-210 Locust.
Here's a load of drywall.
Surveying on North 7th
White poodle among the green
So when does it open?
A look inside
Tubes for making tubas?
New look at Bootleg Antiques
Cleaning up the neighborhood
Patching things up
A fledgling blue jay
Car antennas are good for other things, too.
Going for the Michael Bolton look?
(Or maybe Dee Snider?)
Uh-oh - Mama's back!
Reaching out at 401 Locust
Your friendly neighborhood Spiderman
Your friendly neighborhood Spiderwoman?
Groundbreaking can't be far behind.
Down on Bank Avenue . . .
Quick ticket, please!
A piece of the bridge
NAWCC = National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors
Into the clouds
At the Columbia Pregnancy Center, now located at 462 Chestnut Street
What appear to be large strips of bacon are actually pieces of wood for sale at Tollbooth Antiques.
Waterlogged . . .
The river's been above normal most of this week.
Nothing like smoking a cigar while breathing in the fresh air.
Parking for vehicles with trailers only
Says so right there.
Quite a catch
Above it all, looking down on everyone
Lovin' that river
SO...where is the top of that fixture anyway?
Mark your calendar!
Squatters in Avenue H
Delivering drywall at the side entrance to 101 North Front Street
Eastern Drillers owns the building, but 101 North Front Street LLC is leasing the corner portion for a soon-to-be ice cream/coffee shop under a five-year agreement.
Here's a look inside at the work in progress.
Napping behind bars
Even school buses break down sometimes.
Bikes on board
Including this little one
This logo and the bikes shown above were on a camper parked at Columbia River Park Sunday morning (6/23/19). The camper appears to belong to a traveling family of five from Brittany, France. Their website is HERE.