Sunday, June 28, 2020

About Town 6/28/2020

This week's photos of Columbia

Three fawns visited Laurel Hill Cemetery recently:


The Punisher symbol

Rolling along at Chiques Rock Outfitters

Another weigh-in on the personnel issue

Aftermath of the second Stover's break-in, which occurred June 21.
The police report is HERE.

"A Daughter of the American Revolution" medallion

The Columbia Life Network sign newly mounted at the new location at 18 South 4th Street

Filling a trench on South Market Street

Linda Stoltzfoos has been missing for a week. 
Facebook page has been created for information on the case.

They're back.

This light on the Veterans Memorial Bridge is part of a lighting study to study mayfly behavior.
Mayflies typically swarm the bridge at this time of year. The aim of the study is to find a lighting combination that will minimize the swarms.

As is this one.

A look downriver

Making waves

Madonna and child at Holy Trinity Church

Two crosses

A few utensils for those who like to be spoonfed their news

A few knockoffs hanging around at the pawn shop on Locust Street

Big man on the job at 9th & Walnut

Up on the rooftop

Curb appeal on the 100 block of Walnut


Out on Purples Lane (here and below)


Bear decked out for the Fourth on Ironville Pike

Dragonfly on the wicker

On guard

On the road to ruin?

His constant companion

The gnome can't stop laughing.

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