Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Construction Zone- Part Four

For the past year our favorite trail has been closed due to construction of a huge bridge. We have been visiting it regularly to see how it is coming along. See Parts onetwo and three here.

The bridge is nearly complete! Maybe the trail will be open soon! This time there were no cool machines to look at, and the microwave was gone.


It hadn't rained in about a month, so all the dirt had dried up and cracked like a giant desert.




Even though the greenway is technically closed, it doesn't stop some people from going though!

There was a tiny trail though the grass, just big enough to fit a bike through.





Since the trail doesn't see much traffic these day, the animals have moved in!

I can't wait for the trail to be open again.

16 comments:

  1. Constructions area can be interesting and beautiful huh c:
    I kind of love the dried up cracked path! Nice that you have
    spotted rabbits too!
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  2. Thanks for your lovely words on my last post!
    Wow, that dried up floor looks incredible!

    Have a great day,
    -Kati

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  3. Wow - great shots with the animals and that dirt cracking up is awesome! I wonder what happened to the microwave haha ...

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    1. Yeah, I wonder about that microwave too!

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  4. I love that you can just pick up chunks of that dried... mud... gunk stuff. That dried mud gunk stuff that reminds me of the one scene in Lion King where Mufasa dies. Wow, I totally brought sad vibes to this post. I suck. Anyway, these pictures are really neat. :) Hope you're having a great start to your week!

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  5. Ooh yay! Hopefully it'll be done soon :D It's crazy how dry it is over there

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  6. Wow that's amazing, I thought we had enough rain for that not to happen. I'm amazed at how bad the roads are here, it seems all the $ goes to RDU and CLT.

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    1. Yeah, they seem to be repaving a lot of the roads recently though!

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  7. Ooh I love that shot with the rabbit at the end! My gosh, is that ground dry, I have never seen anything like that before!

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    1. Thanks! Yeah, seeing the ground like that was pretty nuts!

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  8. Fascinating! Did you drive, walk or bike there?

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  9. this is so fascinating and beautiful in a simple way, the late evening colors. and especially the cracked earth shots. they look like you're in another world!

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