I was on my way to an appointment the other day and saw the familiar orange barrels which is always an indication of road work ahead
Soon the traffic in front of me came to a complete stop as large dump trucks entered and exited the street.
In the Northern part of Cape Coral, the city is replacing and adding new water, recycled water, potable water and sewer pipes…. so pipes are stacked on the vacant lots on both sides of the street.
I looked over to the sides of the street and smiled at what I saw, and I just had to take a few pictures!
These are the purple or perhaps they could be called lavender pipes.
And these pipes are the pale pink pipes.
And these are the mint green pipes.
And these pipes are the sky blue pipes and the mint green pipes.
And these are the pale pink and mint green pipes.
And these are the purple/lavender pipes…again. I just wanted to show you them again! 😉
And these are the royal blue pipes. They are a lot smaller in diameter.
But you can see that.
Don’t know why I thought I had to tell you that.
I just love all the pastel colors! There is a reason for the different colors.
But I don’t know about any of the colors except the purple/lavender pipes.
For example: Cape Coral uses recycled water for lawn sprinkler systems.
The color purple is used to identify pumps, tanks and pipes carrying reclaimed water for reuse.
So one color of pipe goes direct into a home and one color (lavender/purple) goes to the re-cycled water and….and one color goes to potable water and yada yada yada…
And then there is potable water…..I don’t know what color the pipes are for potable water.
Well, I guess you have figured out that I don’t know where all the different colors go.
But they sure are “Purty”…:)
and I like “Purty”…….
I tried to look it up online but apparently the colors are top secret! 🙂
Someone has to know….
Obviously, the city does!
I hope! 😉
Maybe one of you know what the colors mean?
Let me know if you know.
I just wanted to share all the colors with you…
Cuz I like to share……:)