Sunday, September 19, 2021

Weekend Wrap-Up - Sunday, September 19, 2021

Recent photos of Columbia

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

Shown above and in several photos below:
Work continues at the bottom of Locust Street. 
The plan is to construct a 33-unit apartment building there.
The plan was launched in 2017.

But all good things come at a price. In this case, dirt and debris on the road.


This porch (and another right next to it) was damaged when a driver hit it on May 19 of this year, as Columbia Spy reported HERE. It's been getting rebuilt and looked like this a few days ago.

A week ago, it looked like this.

This is part of an intake update project for the Columbia Water Company, which was installed in August, as Columbia Spy reported HERE

However, the project was virtually destroyed in early September (shown HEREwhen sludge and debris washed down the river after Hurricane Ida. Shown above is what remained this week.

Ready for the season at Bootleg Antiques

The Veterans Memorial Bridge - a no man's land of weeds . . .

. . . and lanternflies.

And it continues to crumble.

Heading on in

Coexist Gallery - 
The Columbia location closed August 30.

Items at Planet Antiques (the State Theater)
The owner passed away recently.

The "beaver dam" down at the bridge keeps growing. 
It's actually debris that's been accumulating there over the past couple of weeks.

All lined up on Front Street

You know Halloween's right around the corner when the pumpkin trees start to bear fruit.

Columbia Spy is on Instagram HERE.

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