Monday, October 14, 2013
Photo: Tempe Town Lake
Tempe Town Lake is formed by a dam and the release of water into the Salt River. There is an issue because the original dam was made of an inflated rubber material, and it did not last as long as expected due to the brutal Arizona sun. The City of Tempe is trying to decide whether to replace the short-term replacement dam with another inflatable rubber dam or whether to construct a more durable dam.
This week we are showing photos of Valparaiso, Chile, which has the most extensive and talented street art of any place we have visited, on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.