Went by Loussac library while doing errands. It keeps changing. Here's are some shots at other stages.
If it isn't obvious, I photoshopped the sign into the main picture (which was through the chainlink fence.) The sign says it's scheduled to be finished by October 24 this year.
I also voted on this ride. We're headed out of town the day before the primary, so I decided to do my duty today since it was on my roundabout path to get things done.
You can vote early various places. Voting on Gamble meant I didn't have to fill out all the forms I've had to fill out when I voted at the library. It was pretty empty and there was no wait at all. And I joked as I showed my ID about how often I was going to vote. The lady said a number of folks had mentioned it. But, she said, in Alaska, if you don't use a picture id or your voter registration card, then your ballot goes into a special envelope and doesn't get counted until after the election when they can check if you voted more than once. So, there is an easy way to deal with that sort of voter fraud. Even remote provinces like Alaska can figure it out.
Then I rode the bike trail around Goose Lake to drop off some books at the UAA library and check out the new books shelf. I'll post some of the new books in the next post or two.