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I couldn't agree more with what Cottonwood said. Thanks!
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Nice shots. I like the one with the sunflowers lining up with the church spire especially!
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Thanks for posting your photo updates.

I am looking forward to the time when someone turns the wrong way on Main and drives down into the bus slot opening
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Nice! I am glad to see you are continuing this thread for the season. You are an engaging photographer and do an excellent job at exposing Boise here via your beautiful photography.

Boise's construction activity seems to be taking off lately.

More please.

Ha, if you take requests, I would like to see some Warm Springs Avenue. I have some family history on that street.

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Nice shots. I like the one with the sunflowers lining up with the church spire especially!
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Ha, if you take requests, I would like to see some Warm Springs Avenue. I have some family history on that street.
I haven't shot photos of Warm Springs for a while so I will try to do it.
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Thanks for the Hyde Park pictures! Is that pizza place related to Prost? My husband will be very excited if that's the case. Hope the new businesses do well. I was sad to see the bookstore and the little bakery close.
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Thanks for the Hyde Park pictures! Is that pizza place related to Prost? My husband will be very excited if that's the case. Hope the new businesses do well. I was sad to see the bookstore and the little bakery close.
I hope it is related. I saw that too on the legal notice sign and am anticipating they will have some German brews on tap at this location in Hyde Park.
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Thanks! Nice to see some sanity at this forum.
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I have always been curious what the corner offices are like in that building.
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The new bike lane on Capitol Boulevard; and the Trees. This is the last weekend of Summer.


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Great shots! Hyde Park is such a unique district. Your early city architects and planners were wise.
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Thanks for the Hyde Park pictures! Is that pizza place related to Prost? My husband will be very excited if that's the case. Hope the new businesses do well. I was sad to see the bookstore and the little bakery close.

This is what will be replacing the old used book store. I am looking forward to this because Java is usually really busy.






These new signs are all up and down 13th Street. This is a cycling street and too narrow for automobiles.
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This is what will be replacing the old used book store. I am looking forward to this because Java is usually really busy.




That's awesome. I love Java too, but they close inordinately early. I'm hoping this place will stay open a bit later... provide a place to do some work at night
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