Sunday, April 11, 2021

About Town - April 11, 2021

This week's photos of Columbia

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[NOTE: This is the last weekly installment of "About Town." In the interest of timeliness, photos will now be posted on a day-by-day basis, as issues and items crop up.]

Coexist Gallery on Locust just got these two new signs (above).

Hate has no home here, but it does reside in a few other places in Columbia.

Community dinner on Wednesday evenings

Columbia skyline

A sliver of the river . . .

. . . and a smidge of the bridge


A solar-powered van?

Well, why not?

Not a swimming pool, just the water company's reservoir

Trailer on Bridge Street

Apparently, it sometimes holds alpacas.

At the town square:


Shadows on 462

Coming up . . .

Watching the train go by

Looks like a shipment of aluminum

A comment on Columbia corruption?

Bursting forth

The last day will be June 2.

Remnant of Columbia's legendary past

Slab and debris

Not a box turtle, but an old-fashioned vent pipe cover

To be discussed at this month's zoning meeting?

Someone got the boot.

Have a seat, any seat.

One could surmise that Columbia lies along a flight path:


Working hard

Fixing the golden arches

Nest-building time - 
It's a good thing the toilet paper shortage is over.

Movin' in at 237 Locust

Healthy Columbia meals

Don't look now, but there's a giant rooster behind that door.

Shawnee Run is bounded on both sides by private property, but FERC boundaries, the Public Trust Doctrine, and Riparian rights suggest it can be accessed by the public.

Wounded signpost at 4th & Manor

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