Here’s another photo from the dredging of the back basin at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. This time, you see the survey boat checking the depth.
There was also some moorings built during this project. I hope to get some more photos soon. Stay tuned.
In the back basin of the Philadelphia Navy Yard, you’ll find a number of ships in reserve or mothballed status. Fortunately, they’re not needed as intended. Still, sad to see them laid up. Here’s a look at a few on a clear morning.
Eventually they will be sold or scrapped. I’m sure their former crews have many stories to tell.
Attending the West Chester Food Fair (Pennsylvania) is always lots of fun, not to mention a culinary delight. While ambling down the street, I came up on these racks of ribs on the smoker.
That is quite a pile of smoked goodness there. Roamed about for two hours sampling all kinds of food. Was a great time. Enjoy every meal.
Readers of my blog will note recent posts about bicycling. Well, not only have the distance of the rides been extended beyond 70 miles, there have been some cyclocross type of additions to the course. Here’s a photo from the Philadelphia Art Museum steps:
Yes, those are the famous steps from the movie, Rocky. At this point, the bike was shouldered and carried up for the following view:
Next time, there will be no pause to snap photos. These type of cross training activities make for a more interesting and challenging ride. Plus, they’re tons of fun. Enjoy the ride; share the road.