Wednesday, June 28, 2006

More for Wednesday

The rain had stopped by ten o'clock, but there were still spots that could be called "flooded," 'tho not in any degree of severity as has been seen in New England, recently.

Traffic at the Underpass was being monitored by a State Police Officer.

Down beyond Sangerfield, on Loomis Road, this fairly new house resembled an island.

Further in on Loomis Road ---- "Road Closed!"

On Osborn Avenue, Walt Stephenson tried to clear a drain (or pull the plug) on his side lawn-lake.

Of Note on Main Street --- the Pole's Gone!!!

And also of interest:

We’re advised by a reader that Thursday evenings at “Michael’s Fine Food & Spirits” are not to be missed! Live jazz is heard from 7 'til 10 and geographic/regional specialties are served. Last week was “Carribean,” and tomorrow night’s fare features “Southern Barbeque” and - yes! - there will be “ribs!”

Peter DeWitt, the author of “Toaster Pond,” will be appearing on WKTV on July 1st at around 8:45 a.m. and then at Barnes & Noble at 7:00 P.M. on July 7th.

Deb & Doug Mayne will have a house guest for the next week or so. Ryan Acker has has travelled from Florida, where he has lived since last summer, to attend his brother Jason's wedding on July 1st.