February 28, 2008
February 23, 2008
But if someone is living there, why would they leave the front of the place run down for over a decade. Wouldn't you want to clean it up and use the space for something...anything? Oh well, I guess the popcorn boxes can just keep getting dusty. And the way things are going in Sugarhouse this building will be torn down and replaced in time.
February 18, 2008
Usually the only thing slipping and falling on the ice is me. Watching these guys try to get the bread was great. I must have been there about a half hour giggling like a school girl. I guess if it has to be freezing outside at least there is some entertainment value.
February 13, 2008
February 5, 2008
February 4, 2008
There were a few non-working fountains, stone gazebos and statues. Then noticed the houses and figured that this may not be a park. I saw a few chickens and amazing peacocks just wandering free. That seemed a little strange if it was just a neighborhood. The peacock below is fairly plain compared to a couple that were walking around someone's back yard but she's the only one that was holding still.
The people that live here must be huge bird fanciers because at every turn were stones carved with sayings about how wonderful birds and nature are. Someone really must have spent a whole lot of time doing the mosaics and masondry around the place.
And then I saw this sign, which kind of scared me. I mean this place seems very hippie dippie and to run into this sign made me wonder if someone had a scope on me the whole time. Needless to say I turned right back around and left the land of the peacocks.