Sunday, October 9, 2022

About Town - October 9, 2022

Recent photos of Columbia

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

Out for a walk

Wild clouds Thursday evening . . .


Flags a-waving

These look good in the sunlight.

Bootleg Antiques

Colorful, but not necessarily edible, berries at Columbia River Park

Colorful, but not necessarily edible, porch items

Part of a patriotic window display on the 400 block of Cherry

More evidence that it is the season . . .


Union members are supporting.

This is what happens when you lose your head.

Parking area at Riverview Terrace, 132 Locust Street

Students and others got to paddle the Wilderness Inquiry canoes this past week.


The river was low on Wednesday.
227 is normal.

More of the shoreline was exposed.

The last gasp at Floyd's of Leadville

The rubber ducky brigade

Just him and his shadow

Sidewalk damage on the 600 block of Chestnut

A neighbor speculates that it was done by a delivery truck.
There's quite a hole beneath the skid.

The sidewalk was damaged, also.

Coming soon

 At Mount Bethel

"The nation mourns her dead"

The 600 block of Locust

Rehab work continues at 551 Avenue H.

There's the wheelchair that was later reported missing to police.

This is what happens if you don't pay to have the boot removed.


Chain link fence apprehended

Just in case you thought you were going to park here


In need of a repaint, although this is a nice sort of abstract, possibly with a message

Saturday night's moon

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