Sunday, July 31, 2022

About Town - July 31, 2022

 Recent photos of Columbia

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

The family that cycles together

Enjoying the river breeze

Thursday evening - before the deluge

Thursday evening - after the deluge

All decked out - one of two poodle statuettes at the Mifflin house on Walnut Street 

Baby on board

No days without a lost time injury

Sidewalk plant

Phone pic 30x

Coffer dam at the water company

It's become the subject of curiosity.

Technology is great when it works, but sometimes it doesn't.


Three Chinooks flew over on Tuesday morning.

Here's one.

Almost visible signs

Leaving the den

Out for a spin

Glory in the corner

February was a good week for movies.

Artist about to make art

Now you can find out information about water.

Mrs Bear

LASA initiated a sewer system smoke and dyed water testing pilot program in the borough this week, according to their website. 

The contract for the actual work was awarded to Flow Assessment Services to identify sources of inflow. 



The Art of Hopping

From the profane to the "profound"

New hatch

Freshly painted crosswalk lines at the bridge plaza


Friends of Nick Mills gathered in remembrance at 3rd & Walnut on Friday. Mills passed away three years ago on July 29.

Sunset at the river

On Thursday morning, a component on this truck apparently broke as the truck rounded the corner at 5th & Chestnut, causing the load to list.

Traffic had to be diverted for about an hour and a half.

Patriot Towing arrived and helped right the situation - and all was well again.

Around dusk, Monday evening . . . 

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