Back in the Library

We are finally able to go back inside the library, and I took advantage of this on Friday.

tracy, public library, browsing, covid restrictionsHowever, there is a limit as to how long you can be in the building.

I was just happy that I could browse for books again and picked up one from the new book shelf to check out.

Other much needed community services are available also, like computer services and being able to make printouts and copies of documents.

tracy public library, flag, book dropIt is a good thing we were able to get nice new book drops before the pandemic started as they have been well used in the last year.

In the picture above you see two rows of trees heading up to the entrance of the library.

library, spring, bee and blossomThis is a wonderful time of year to walk down the sidewalk as the bees are busy pollinating the blossoms.

tracy community rose garden, rose bloom, parkIn the past year my visits to the library have usually been accompanied with a walk around the community rose garden after my curb side pickup is complete.

Yesterday I also made a visit to the garden and there were already roses in bloom.

sculpture, shards, potteryI also took a few more pictures of the large sculpture in the garden. The sculpture is covered with shattered pieces of pottery, china and glass. This portion made me think of one of my Aunts.

pottery, china, scultpture, tracy community rose gardenThere are also some fragments of mirrors embedded in the sculpture and I was reflected in one of them.

Are you able to visit your local library now?

Steven

 

 

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