Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Midweek Update - Wednesday, September 22, 2021 (The first day of fall)

Recent photos of Columbia

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

Work continues on the proposed 33-unit apartment building at the bottom of Locust:

A heron found a perch on the junk pile just out from the River Park cul-de-sac:


The Spot moved out a few months ago.

And now it's V & G (438 Locust Street).
There's info on them HERE.

More moving at the State Theatre.

Tis the season:


Ongoing construction at the Catholic War Vets

At the town square

It was a good day for sailing.

These guys showed up on Tuesday and started weeding the bridge.

A day later, it looked like this.

Sticker shock!

A building within a building?


A few from Mount Bethel Cemetery:


Stirring up some dust on Chestnut Street

Runaway doggie poop bags!

Out-of towner

A partial eclipse of the flag
(Symbolism has been noted.)

Working on the railroad (or rather, drilling on it):


Collusion Tap Works

A good boy (or girl) enjoying the ride

The clock from the former Visitors Center will eventually go here on Poplar Street at the Watch & Clock Museum (where it was originally).

This is why you shouldn't paint brick.
(There are other reasons, too, which will eventually be posted on the Spy.)

How was this allowed to happen???
How is it allowed to remain?!

Here's one more of the heron, just because.

Columbia Spy is on Instagram HERE.

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