Sonja Boet-Whitaker stopped to gaze in wonder at the Boston Common's newest water attraction this morning.
Sara watched it from the other side:
Terry Kates gives us the bird's eye view:
NBC Boston reports the massive leak was caused by BWSC workers looking for leaks.
1848 Cochicuate aquaduct opening celebration on Boston Common
My first thought, as well.
After the Freedom Rally this past weekend, it wouldn't be the first busted pipe in this area recently
method for the next Goring fest Free Speech rally.
..when the the #43 bus was stopped in Park Square and the driver informed me and the other passengers that the rest of the route was gridlocked and that anyone in a hurry best abandon the bus and walk the remainder of the route (I had to get to Beacon Hill). Nothing against the cannabis people (and I fully support legalization, etc), but judging from the Common-sized cloud of body odor I walked through (interspersed with the clouds of weed smoke), a little water from a busted main would have done many of them a lot of good!
At Temple Nehar Shalom have to do with a busted pipe?
So the answer is: Nothing to do with the geyser. Should I add an "Ad" text to the box around it?
I see no reason to limit your click-throughs (and, yes, I saw your explanation regarding this one, and that it provides you no revenue. I still see no reason.)
(No offense, Ron.)
Again! Again!Again! Again!Again! Again!Again! Again!Again! Again!Again! Again!Again! Again!
I like how some photos show orange cones surrounding the geyser, as if the enormous plume of water wasn't enough to warn people away.
Well, did they find one?
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