My morning walk took me exploring where automobiles are prohibited.
The street by the fairgrounds is seriously under construction.
Our town is expanding and growing at an alarming rate. New sewer is needed to drain the sludge from hundreds of new apartments built to house students at a university that was once a two-year college.
A big party celebrating the 100th birthday of
is planned at the fairgrounds this summer.
This puts a lot of pressure on the city contractors to get the big-dig
done before festivities begin. Madison County
“I love work; it fascinates me; I can sit and watch it for hours.” Jerome K. Jerome
A block away and within yards of our house is more construction.
Heavy equipment like this rattles our windows and stirs up the dust all day.
The assisted living facility across from us is putting in more buildings. If I had money to invest I’d put it into assisted living. The glut of Boomers is quickly becoming gobs of old geezers. At least this place is close enough my kids can just shove me over there in a wheel chair when the time comes.
Our narrow little street was getting heavy traffic with all the detours so the city put up this sign. Now we live on a closed road. Keeps away the riff-raff.