This week's photos of Columbia
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performed on the 400 block of Chestnut Street, as they did
Columbia Spy was lucky enough to catch part of their performance.
Earlier in the week, this guy was maintaining streetlights around town.
Earlier yet, this murder of crows made themselves at home atop the Elks.
The one who squawks the loudest becomes the boss.
No brains required.
Same with humans.
Sudstown, a once-great Columbia establishment
The borough hall clocks will soon get new, updated motors.
According to legend, the two holes in the one clock face (near XII o'clock and VI o'clock) are the result of someone firing a .22 from across the street.
It seems there's only one way of doing things in Columbia, quite often the wrong way.
Elevated mailbox for airmail, possibly from the chopper flyover . . .
. . . or from the warthog flyover.
New, improved dumpster, now with porta-pottie built right in!
Heavenly light leaking through the firmament
New reflective street signs are being installed around town due to state requirements.
So much for history.
Here's an example of the older ones.
This "Survey Vehicle" with a "Max Speed [of] 5 mph" hung briefly on Front Street last Thursday.
(It was going more than 5 mph after it pulled away.)
Not bad artwork at the canoe/kayak launch under the Veterans Memorial Bridge
Car transport trailer on North 6th
Lost door looking for a vehicle on South 3rd
We're still waiting for that bridge rehabilitation project -
Will it happen in time?
This show window at Burning Bridge Antiques was replaced on Monday morning due to a large crack in the previous window.
Obviously a good place to drop your drawers
No ADA access!
Because someone didn't allow enough setback when the posts were installed.
Oh well, the borough will say it's "grandfathered in."
Dead but not gone
Tis the season
Seating for chairmen and chairwomen
A head for flowers
Searching for salvation at Borough Hall
Here are three views of the river from Todd Stahl: