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Gusterfell    0

Beautiful... :)

these look like they were taken from right in front of my old apartment in Jamestown. I gladly paid a small fortune in rent for a shoebox-sized place, just to wake up to that view every morning. :)

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dgreco    1

Beautiful... :)

these look like they were taken from right in front of my old apartment in Jamestown. I gladly paid a small fortune in rent for a shoebox-sized place, just to wake up to that view every morning. :)

Right near the Ferry Cafe? And I would also love to live right there and wake up to that every morning.

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Gusterfell    0

I was a couple doors down from there... The little yellow building on the other side of the Bay View condos.

It was a great place to live. Million-dollar views, walking distance to everything, Jamestown's Fourth of July fireworks and summer concert series literally right across the street. I loved it.

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dgreco    1

the bay view condos, are so nice, especially the top floor. Except my favorite part of Jamestown is Beavertail, its not really kept up all that well, but I just enjoy it there is a nice place.

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Recchia    0

Does Jamestown have a market to buy groceries at? I've never seen one, and that would be annoying to drive over a bridge to go food shopping.

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dgreco    1

Does Jamestown have a market to buy groceries at? I've never seen one, and that would be annoying to drive over a bridge to go food shopping.

I don't live in Jamestown but the only one I know of is Mc Quade Supermarket in Jamestown, but if you don't want to pay the toll, I think the next closest one is in Wakefield.

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Gusterfell    0

I did most of my shopping at McQuades (which is on Southwest Ave. just south of Narraganset Ave.). For anything I couldn't get there, I'd hit Stop & Shop in Newport on my way to or from work.

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MikeR    0

Here are a couple of pics I took this morning outside my office here in Newport. I've got to admit I do a spectacular view here :) These shots are from the Naval Hospital Grounds. Pics are HUGE as I wanted everyone to get a sense of the view:

The Newport Bridge:

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The Officer's Club in the foreground with the War College in the background:

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Garris...thinking about changing hospitals? :silly:

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dgreco    1

Here are a couple of pics I took this morning outside my office here in Newport. I've got to admit I do a spectacular view here :) These shots are from the Naval Hospital Grounds. Pics are HUGE as I wanted everyone to get a sense of the view:

The Newport Bridge:

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The Officer's Club in the foreground with the War College in the background:

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Garris...thinking about changing hospitals? :silly:

definately a nice view from work. well enjoyed.

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runawayjim    0

coyotes tend to be a problem in a lot of these areas. they're a big problem in my hometown. my mother's always worrying about her cats. foxes seem to be making a comeback now too.

one of the problems is as a lot of these wooded areas get developed, these animals are forced out of their habitats and "invade" our areas.

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brick    0

coyotes tend to be a problem in a lot of these areas. they're a big problem in my hometown. my mother's always worrying about her cats. foxes seem to be making a comeback now too.

one of the problems is as a lot of these wooded areas get developed, these animals are forced out of their habitats and "invade" our areas.

I have seen Coyotes on Blackstone Blvd. on more than one occasion and also saw one strolling through the Oak hill neighborhood last Friday. I assume there is a small population of them using the Butler campus undeveloped area as a home.

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