Our neighborhood has been looking a little strung out, so to speak, for the past few months.
One might say, we’ve been undergoing a colonoscopy of sorts.
Our neighborhood was laid out almost 100 years ago, so the city worries that we could be getting a little sluggish. They’re checking our water pressure.
An enema isn’t pretty, but at least it isn’t a sewer check.
Driveways look like this. We have a hard time removing it from our tires. I hope they have a secret recipe for getting this gunk off the streets.
Sidewalks have wooden sandwich boards over the pipes. Miss Piggy is afraid of them, of course, but skateboarders and plaintiffs’ attorneys probably love them.
We are wa-a-a-a-y ahead on our Halloween decorating.
Is it all just a pipe dream?
Will there be a trickle down effect?
We have Queens Road, Queens Road East, Queens Road West. There’s also Kings Drive.
Should we be expecting a Royal Flush?
NOTE: I linked this post to Outdoor Wednesday on A Southern DayDreamer’s blog. I’m not exactly putting my city’s best foot forward here. Don’t tell the Chamber of Commerce.