We just had a cold front roar thru. Instead of the 90’s tomorrow we will be in the upper 70’s and mid 50’s. The dust is from the wheat field across the road. I took this photo just as the storm was coming in. I had to go inside as I couldn’t see!! I can’t imagine what the Dust Bowl during the 30’s was like. We did receive 2″ of rain!
I hope this is a sign of an early fall.
Butler County, KS is the largest county in the State. It sits on the western edge of the Flint Hills. Here is a link to different tours for the area. Please call ahead, as some of the restaurants have closed.
Butler County, KS Tours
These bridges are best photographed from down below. I always have jeans and boots on, but there were a few places I didn’t want to go thru as there was a lot of poison ivy! Thankfully I didn’t see any snakes! Wylie was in his “pouch” for most of these photos!
Double Arch Built in 1912 Arches 20′ and 30′
Built 1897 25′ Arch
This one is my favorite! I could have stayed here all day, beautiful rock ledge.
Built in 1900 37′ Arch
Nice reflection of clouds in the water
Built in 1899 36′ Arch
Built 1899 36′ Arch (I don’t think this one is going to last much longer)
Just down the road from Bridge #5 was this old school.
Lily Lake School 1885-1966 (strange place for a cow!)
Looking forward to continuing this tour of Bridges of Butler County!