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Making an inquiry
Curious character and big brother
As we all know by now, Northwest Bank's Locust Street office is closed.
Obviously, so is the night drop.
Former location of the ATM
Here's a "refinery sealed" cap (?)
Slowly but surely on North 4th
Nail salon on the first block of North 4th
Guy getting a lift
Many people do.
Watch out for that shovel!
Two more guys getting a lift - on the 300 block of Chestnut
Lots o' logs
Point of contact
Sometimes, things just pop up.
Mr. and Mrs. Canada Goose
The poodle gods on the 100 block of Walnut were recently painted.
Here's another look.
Blocks missing at the clock plaza due to a vehicle accident or two
Dumpster full of doors (and other stuff) at Eastern Drillers
Here's a historic (or simply just old) door down there.
And here's a . . . portable handicapped parking sign?
Hot cars - very cool
Saturday's nice weather brought out kayakers and boaters.
A No Parking sign fading away
On Sunday afternoon, Columbia Spy saw Johnny Irizarry in town. He is the chief executive officer of the Soldiers of Light (SOL tactical security). Columbia will be seeing more of him in the near future.
(Check out SOL's Facebook page.)
So, spring really has sprung.
A set of historic (or simply just old) doors on North 2nd.
Black vulture atop brick chimney
These birds aren't as harmless as once thought. They occasionally hang around on rooftops and pick at shingles.
Mirror repair required