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We do love our summer road projects in Bermtopia. One day, we rail incessantly about the teeth-rattling, pothole-pocked washboard streets we drive on, the next, we wail about the dirt, detours and detritus of the repairs. Keeps the mind sharp, I think.
But, you know, it's not all that bad.
The Great 29th Avenue Facelift is plucking right along. And because there is no known force on earth capable of keeping me away from Trader Joe's, I'm getting to know 37th, 25th and 14th Avenues like the back of my hand. I wave to the neighbors. We show each other pictures of our kids. I sneak a few squash onto front porches. Heck, I think I'm going on a cruise with some nice people down on 14th.
Note to self: Check calendar!!!!
This Monday morning, though, the other shoe, or should I say, jack hammer dropped. The
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Good to know.
Jefferson: 21st to 15th. . . Madison: 21st to 17th. . . 17th, 18th and 19th: Cedar to Madison. . . and 20th: Adams to Madison. You know who you are.
Of course, this precludes closing most streets around the construction area, presenting one teeny, tiny problem for me, the Queen and Supreme Goddess. When Pigs Fly Farm, my shared vegetable patch with Mr. and Mrs. Farmer Jim and the Farmanatrixes, is smack dab in the middle of the
But we urban farmers are a crafty, resourceful lot.
There's a reason my mama gave me the middle name "Local traffic only."