Most of the houses in my neighborhood are quite nice. But, there are a few exceptions.
The most conspicuous exception was "the bomb shelter," an odd low structure built during the Cold War's fascination in the 1950s with the potential for a nuclear holocaust.
For the past two weeks, a developer's equipment has been demolishing the bomb shelter. Now all that remains is clean-up and then construction of a new home that will fit better with its neighbors.