Here are a few photos and commentary for January 2008.
Let's start with Queen Creek Road, East of Signal Butte soon to be "Recreation Station".
The sign states: This park has been identified as an ACTIVE PARK site. Active park amenities may include, but are not limited to: lighted sports fields, recreation buildings, dog park, lake, restroom facilities, aquatic facilities, sports courts, trailhead, maintenance facilities, skate park and equestrian amenities. Master plan and Amenities to be determined by the end of 2007. (HUH?)
Meanwhile across the street....... a sign from the Arnold Anglin Dairy farm.
The Dairy's sign is providing FAIR WARNING to developers and relocators that if you move next to a working dairy farm you may smell cow poop and share your neighborhood with cows! Don't bitch later that it smells. If you move next to a WORKING DAIRY your gonna smell cows and other stuff! Right on Arnold!
(Friendly reminder - they were here first!)Meanwhile across the street again...... TA DA! The Barney Family Sports complex. It looks nothing like the illustration on the sign. I hope the Dairy does not have to complain about stinky kids running around sweating making noise and kicking balls around.
TA DA! More orange barrels! I feel a road widening coming on.
My favorite bottleneck at quarter till 7 on a work week. (Road Closed? What the....)
Arghhhh! Why is there a backup here on a Saturday? It makes no sense.Next stop... Ellsworth to Germann. What's new here this week?
Well, that concludes the signage tour January 2008. I really need to get a life :)
A fresh tumbleweed farm near Williams Gateway Airport.
Another sign of future construction - a fence and a big ole truck parked in a field.
Some views near the 202 and San Tan Village Shopping area.
Homes creeping up on farm land.
Free Advice: Watch out for orange barrels, avoid Ironwood and be kind to farmers on tractors... they were here first! See you in bumper to bumper on Monday.