2 Responses to Kansas Stone

  1. Dan Snow October 1, 2009 at 4:40 pm #

    Andy, good fun expolring with you.

    As a third generation, family farm member Alex had a lot of interesting stories to tell us about his home ground.
    In one short stretch of creek valley on their property there were once twelve
    homesteaders with many stone buildings. Now there’s only a ruin or
    two remaining. One 12′ x 12′ single story structure is said to have
    housed a family of seven when it was built in the 1800’s.

  2. Anonymous September 29, 2009 at 11:14 pm #

    Hi, Dan:

    I thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon prospecting for stone in Wabaunsee County with Alex Gnadt. Your trophy rock is securely tied down in the pickup. No worries re: theft. I can see it from here! Plus, it weighs 200 pounds …

    — Andy

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