Sunday, November 15, 2020

About Town 11/15/2020

This week's photos of Columbia

(Click/tap on photos to see larger, sharper images.)

Pop-up cat keeping an eye on things

Tis the season . . . already?


Mannequins at 420 Locust

T-shirt and guitars on Locust

Geltz Gotz Goodeze on Locust

Easy chair on Locust
(Some assembly required)

Wearing a mask protects you and others.
(Even a cow knows that.)

And if you don't wear one, you might have to walk.

Bagged meters at the Avenue H municipal lot

Window issue at Columbia Presbyterian

Yep, it's FALL.

Open door policy at the Owls?
(No, not really)

Moss in the cracks


More leaves

Well, a rose can't last forever.

Here's how it looked last week.

Another vivid sunset

Turning everything orangeish

Be a river giver.

3,510 lbs of food was collected in Columbia for the food bank by the girls scouts, frontier girls, boy scout troop 35, cub scout pack 35, and other volunteers over the past two Saturday mornings.

The banks of Shawnee Run are greener since completion of the restoration project a few weeks ago.

Here's how it looked in October.

Hold on tight - The year's not over yet.

Wreaths Across America

The winners

Is there a steal in Wrightsville?

The last gasp?

A look around the Market House this week:


Farm equipment passing through

Meanwhile, down at Floyd's:

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