First Blush

Reflections and sightings from [almost] daily jogging at dawn

Monday, July 21, 2008

Sunrise 6:04: Digging and excavating


The construction on the Stanford campus is constant. Its impact on the female Dawn Jogger's morning jogs is sporadic, but currently intense. Over the past 10 years many new buildings have sprung up on the engineering end of campus bearing names like Hewlett, Packard, Gates and Allen. Current projects are taking place in the center of campus with movable fences altering pathways on an almost daily basis. Huge dump trucks line up to take the dirt away, requiring their own traffic force. New to the scene is an excavation close to Frost Amphitheater. What's being dug and who's doing the digging is not known...

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