Woman trying to keep the park from going
to the dogs
Norfolk Southern stirring up the dust
Couple o' guys messing around with the bridge
Friday, March 29
Arbor Day Celebration at Columbia River Park
Bill Kloidt makes a point as Mark Zeamer applauds
Arbor Day poster coloring contest winners
Mayor Lutz speaks as Mark looks on
Still messin' with the bridge
A Columbia tradition: double parking
This was at 2nd & Walnut.
The woman who was driving
this van went to a house on 2nd Street,
which had several open spaces in front.
More flooding . . .
That's the problem with some imports.
You run 'em through the car wash one
time, and this is what happens.
It's appropriate that the sign about the Water
Trail is standing in water.
Saturday, March 30
All dressed up
The guy in back seems to be enjoying the view.
Drying 'em the old-fashioned way.
Norfolk Southern's mailbox
Awaiting the unveiling
This is the broken River Park light that Barry Ford
mentioned on his site the other day.
I took this shot at 10:52 a.m. today.
When I returned to the park in the afternoon,
I saw three teenage boys throwing stones
at this same light, hitting and breaking the glass
several times. As I approached them, they ran with their bicycles, carried them across the railroad tracks, and rode towards Gordon Waste. That was at about 1:54 p.m. I have a feeling this light
(which is under the Veterans' Memorial Bridge)
will continue to be a target, along with the other two nearby.
Forgotten extension cord from Friday's
Arbor Day celebration.
And the message is . . .