This week's photos of Columbia
Looks like it's a pumpkin-eat-pumpkin world out there.
Here's another remnant of Halloween.
Things seem to be progressing at Floyd's of Leadville on Bridge Street.
These guys were putting in a new concrete slab there.
Hidden in plain sight
KEEP OUT is down and out.
Angelic butt collector
Revived ghost sign
Lipping his lips
Two main rules in life: Don't open a can of worms, and don't stir up a hornet's nest.
That crane at 4th & Locust can be seen from Laurel Hill.
There's a new hawk in town.
Redtails have been thriving here.
PPL crews worked on North 4th this week in conjunction with the construction project at 4th & Locust.
One worker decided to try to prohibit photographs in the area - you know, in public, where it's legal.
So, it's time to post this again.
The trash pile at this property in the 500 block of Avenue G has been cleaned up, after sitting there for a few years.
And this attic window, former entrance to a vultures' nest, has been boarded up.
The 400 block of Locust was closed off for two days this week to accommodate the crane and other vehicles at the construction site there.
It's a mighty high crane.
Obviously a supervisor
Working through the bucket list
All you need is Love when it comes to painting.
Speaking of paint, here's a uniquely painted pickup.
Speaking of pickups, here's an interesting one.
Free, but it's probably gone by now.
On the line
Save our local dairy farms, wherever they may be.
Bricks and broken chair - There's a message here somewhere.
Up, up, and away!
Walking the straight and narrow
Gittin' 'er done
Men at work
Ready to go
Big man on a little job, or little man on a big job?
Watching the work go by
Out for a walk
Welder: about to weld
One of the herons is back. They'd been lying low since the Bridge Bust.
Sunday morning run
Things were going swimmingly during the Sunday morning river training, led by Todd Stahl.
Just remember not to lose your head during training.
Todd Stahl looking for volunteers
There's a couple.
Ready . . .
Steady . . .
Set . . .