Recent pics about town . . .
Saturday morning on Marietta Avenue
What is it?
It's the elusive red-tailed squirrel at Locust Street Park!
The "S" is silent. They offer "ire Sprinklers," which are probably used to cool off angry people.
Bluebirds on red sign
Does that mean it's a movable shelter?
Love is in the air - or at least in the canoe.
Fly the friendly skies of . . . jihad?
The family that bikes together . . .
Furling the flags on Flag Day . . .
One down, 10 million to go
Two-bit basketball hoop
Not a good way to promote your product.
According to Wikipedia:
"The biohazard symbol was developed in 1966 by Charles Baldwin, an environmental-health engineer working for the Dow Chemical Company on the containment products. It is used in the labeling of biological materials that carry a significant health risk, including viral samples and used hypodermic needles."
There it is again.
Of course, when used in relation to zombies, it makes perfect sense.
Painting it backwards only compounds the error.
Notice at 30 North Second
The owners want to convert a three-unit apartment into a rooming house.
This is just the first step.
Mr. Ed sighting?
Nope. Still not right.