This fence is being constructed in Cleveland Park next to the Swamp Rabbit Trail. It is likely going to be a staging area for the Dig Greenville wastewater management project.
As part of the Reedy River restoration project, this section of sewer pipe will be buried, also conveniently serving as a place to dump soil freed up in the project. A section of the Swamp Rabbit trail near McDaniel Avenue is being torn up to begin work in that area.
The Azalea bushes are in full bloom in Cleveland Park by Shelter #2.
New fitness stations have been installed in Cleveland Park along the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
Flowers in bloom near Shelter #2 and the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Cleveland Park.
Cycling in Cleveland Park
Bronica ETRSI – Kodak Tmax 100 – Rodinal Stand Developement
A colorful section of the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Cleveland Park.
David B. Tillinghast bird sanctuary marker in Cleveland park, just off of Woodland Way.
As a follow-on to Susan’s post yesterday, large areas of Cleveland Park had flooded. City crews worked very hard to restore the popular park as quickly as possible. Here a worker cleans a picnic table.