Sunday, January 10, 2021

About Town - January 10, 2021

This week's photos of Columbia 

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

This tattered flag accurately depicts the current state of the nation.

After this past week, some people are seeking assurance through prayer.

Some through love of family.

But the insurrection flags still fly in Columbia, and racism runs deep.

Even in Washington Boro, the hate continues.

But here are some Harleys on display at the Cycle Den to get one's mind off things:

And here are some night lights about town:

Those darn tree lights are still a problem, though.

By the way, USPS is hiring. If hired, you might be able to drive one of these nifty vehicles:


 On the 200 block of Locust, these NO PARKING signs from UGI keep showing up, but UGI doesn't.

A winter sky 

All in a row

Nutcracker, but probably not for cracking nuts

Some sort of golden lion on North 3rd

Nick Mills memorial at 3rd & Walnut

This ghost sign just off the 400 block of Avenue H reads: LUCAS MANUFACTURING CO.

Oh well, time to sit and have a beer.

No comments: