I highly doubt anyone is as fascinated by the progress on the Suimon drainage canal as I am. However, it’s been an exciting year for that little canal!
It collapsed almost a year ago now, back in February 2020. It feels like a lot more than just a year haha. However, work crews have been working hard repairing and shoring it up the past couple months, and I really admire their progress.
The new supports they’ve got are super beefy. It definitely isn’t going to collapse along this stretch again anytime in the next century. I hope they’ll replant the sakura trees that used line the street. They had to cut them down to slow the collapse and make room for the work crews. They’ll really complement the sturdy new wall, I’m sure.