Post Rock Country, Kansas
Well folks, I am plum out of material. It was either show some old motorcycles or an old bridge.
So ladies, keeping you in mind I chose the bridge.
Notice the sign is made from the rock they quarry in this area of Kansas, what is known as post rock. They used it originally for fence posts (hence the name) as there was no timber to be had on the plains of Kansas. From there they used it for most anything including building homes log cabin style.
Here I enlarged the sign which details how the bridge was constructed, again with post rock.
Now we know where the Romans learned how to build their bridges.
A bridge to nowhere.
Nine days to go before we take off on our next road trip.
I better take the camera out for a walk and get some material to hold the blog over till then.
This is linked to Sunday Bridges