Wednesday, August 18, 2010
the other side of Tun'a Valley
Debris alongside dirt road extending from Hillside Avenue signifies readiness to prop, frame and collect artifact from Degolia PA ceremonial/archaeological site, but leavings also are 'examples of the culture' demanded during influence-networking tactics.
Regaining the sidewalk beside East Main Street was a bit hazardous during the late afternoon post-workday traffic that curves to and from downtown Bradford, Pennsylvania. Concrete steps that in the past fronted houses now 'disappeared' lead directly to the roadway without leeway berm, and in places end where overgrown foliage now covers them. The walk was continued along East Main Street to South Kendall Avenue, that leads to Jackson Avenue via the berm nearby through-traffic bypass exit/entry ramps. Again today, a flame was visible from one of the slender stackpoles within American Refining Group premises alongside Tun'a Creek.
Description of a small pothole across from ARG at a Jackson Avenue was test-messaged to the local city Public Works Department, while again moving past the large tree-stumps in yards beside Jackson Avenue. Sitting to rest at a stable and solid wall along Jackson Avenue at Sanford Street, a tiny purple string-underpant was seen lying atop the wall where some few food containers were also scattered in the grass.