Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Loose Ends

The cut at Camellia (or Camille) Place and Hancock Avenue is smoothly repaved. Only a little of Monday's trash has been collected and some bags have broken open. The excavation at Edison Way is filled nearly to ground level with drainage pipe and coarse gravel. I'm still thinking it's another electrical substation.

The first cottonwood snow of the year lightly lines the path near Hartwell Avenue. It's early -- most of the cottonwood snow falls in June.

June 2004 cottonwood snow in Lexington

Today: 13 miles. This year: 217.5 miles.

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