Out for a walk
A truck . . . on a truck
There's somethin' happening here. What it is ain't exactly clear.
Don't do this.
Whose turn is it?
Slow down for kids running down this pole.
Some sort of ingenious Budweiser can contraption on an overhead wire
High school students helped the Park Rangers clean up River Park Saturday morning.
They were armed with shovels, rakes, brooms, and determination.
There was lots of sweeping to do.
All areas of the park were covered.
Concrete parking blocks will be installed at the parking area along Heritage Drive.
Rain gardens will be added here.
Further down on Heritage Drive - an egg-stra special fence?
Work is being done at the cottage area.
Norfolk Southern recently paved this area at the bottom of Union Street. The road leads to Columbia's other public boat ramp.
Water heaters and rubble - from the recently demo-ed property at Locust Street and Bank Avenue
This hole in the ground is what remains.
But new construction is going on here.
Proper building materials assure a healthy structure.
Of course, some builders prefer style over substance.
Brick work continues at the bridge plaza.
A dedication will be held here on May 26.
Fixing the Foresters sign
TV's and such at 208-210 Locust
Quick ticket time?
Unloading mattresses at the furniture store
But what's that on the truck?
Parking tickets from an agent of the business-unfriendly borough
Are we grate again yet?
These things are lifting, just as Ollie said they would.
And they've become a catch-all for all sorts of debris, especially cigarette butts.
Yep, definitely lifting
The former Sudstown Laundry, a piece of Columbia history
Remi and Zan down by the river. Remi (left) is the father of Zan, who is 10 months old, according to their owner. They are Italian Mastiffs.
Troop 35 on the move, with lots of sponsors
And here's E-town's Troop #1 visiting Columbia River Park.
There they go, off to the trail!
An oldie but goodie
Another oldie but goodie
Still another oldie but goodie
Yet another oldie but goodie
Not a Keeley, but an antique nonetheless
Also at Tollbooth, an old-timey toboggan, complete with bell
Cherry blossoms blooming
Out on a limb
The cat was stalking a squirrel seen here upper right.
Giving a paw
Cherry blossoms down by the Wrights Ferry Mansion
Lots going on at Our Home of Hope
Was someone snapping off these limbs?
This is why we can't have nice things.
A dark demon watches over Columbia. Or is it one of the Wicked Witch's flying monkeys?
Columbia Borough 42.7% renter occupied
Bird-topped porch lamp
More stars and strips
This sign is well over 50 years old.
Garden plots at 4th & Mill
Rusting away, but aren't we all?
Down at Trinity House - It was reported that an intoxicated person kicked out this window Friday night.
Cracked and nearly faceless sign
You don't see many of these nowadays. Is it an antenna or modern art?
At Makle Park, a backboard was broken out again and taken down. Another one will cost about $900.
The borough installed new brighter lights there.
More vandalism at Makle?
Better get this fixed before Friday's Arbor Day celebration.
Bikers out for a ride
They "busted through" the red light and weren't about to stop for anyone.
Our friendly firefighters
Looking for a fire to fight
Ready for an outdoor Sunday service?