A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Happy Birthday America!

From the Garden of Eden, Lucas Kansas
I present to you a concrete flag with 48 stars,
still with it's original paint from around the 1920's or 30's.

It is suppose to be hotter than a firecracker today.
I have yet to do this amazing site in Kansas for the blog but will soon.


  1. Great statue still in good shape despite its age.And you congratulated to live in a country where despite all the stuff that come to light lately still makes it possible to live the life that you want.

  2. Happy Birthday indeed! That concrete flag has certainly done well, the colour doesn't look too jaded after flying in the sunshine so long

  3. A very nice statue that marks you celebration day very well. I wish you a happy day!

  4. I arrived on the boat today to find that the table clothes are on the tables in the mess - I suspect they're rustling up a small 4th of July celebration there too.

    Interesting looking sculpture - that's some paint if it's looking that good from the better part of a century in the open air.

  5. a funky sculpture, but cool flag! stay cool if you can!

  6. Looks very interesting John. Stay cool and Happy 4th.


  7. Don't leave us hanging too long about this sculpture garden. Nice shot for the 4th. The fog is supposed to return tonight and cool things off. Hope it's true. Happy 4th to you.

  8. dear John,

    *** Happy Fourth of July !***

    greetings synke


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