I took the partners for their early morning walk this morning over by the filtration plant. We were walking along the crest of the hill where the kids toboggan in winter, when I heard a car horn. I looked down where the filtration plant folks… Read More
What a beautiful morning to be out with the partners. This photo was taken from the shore by the water filtration plant next to Sam Smith Park – looking south-west. Sunny, just a little bit cool. Perfect. We walked through the field behind the yacht… Read More
I was out with the dogs this early morning, walking along the south side of the R.L. Clark water filtration plant, when a coyote emerged up the hill from the lake. It didn’t so much as look in our direction, but trotted along the trail… Read More
I use a Blackberry at my job and when I have it with me it means I also have a camera with me. But I don’t have a personal supercomputercamerasmartphonedevice and I’m not really Jonesing to get one. If I had one and I carried… Read More
No this isn’t some new furniture from IKEA ready for assembly. These two grey units are sitting out behind the filtration plant down the street, waiting for installation.
There’s just enough snow on the ground to bring out the kids with every kind of toboggan, sled, chunk of plastic you can think of to slide down the hill at the Filtration Plant.
One of the delightful experiences living here in Long Branch is the rich bird life. When spring arrives, one of the first things I notice around here is the abundance of bird songs and cries. This morning I took the dogs out for their first… Read More
This is at the RL Clark Filtration Plant, taken from the leash-free park. Some kids made a great snowman up at the top of the hill. We had to walk up for a look.
Look what was posted over at the leash-free area at the R.L. Clark Filtration plant today. I assume this stuff was posted by the person who was there expressing her opinion last evening. A gate would certainly solve the problem of the dog area cutting… Read More
The City has been building a fence at our local leash-free park at the R.L.Clark Filtration Plant. Some readers may recall the post I made on this subject some time ago on this blog. My position has been that the dog park is poorly located… Read More