Monday, April 29, 2019

Kansas City 'Rock Fest' Substitute?!?!

A guide to the local landscape that's mostly maneuvered by hobos and rogue rats as big as Shetland ponies. Here's how hipster re-imagine and ultimately ruin urban core nature. Read more since Johnny Dare has stopped talking about his defunct music festival:

This secret climbing cliff is hidden right by downtown KC

Photography by Chase Castor Cliff Drive is the shortest scenic byway in the United States. The 4.5-mile road that runs east of downtown Kansas City was originally built by a settler named Nathan Scarritt as a driveway of sorts. Today, it's beloved by runners and cyclists for its car-free weekends.

2 comments:

Hyperblogal said...

"Cliff Drive was built by Nathan Scarritt as a driveway of sorts." When you're opening paragraph is that horribly wrong.. I'm tempted to skip the rest of it. Nathan Scarritt died in 1890 before work on Cliff Drive even began. It was built by the Parks Department between 1897 and 1910.

Anonymous said...

"Go and try your own Free Solo ascent whilst avoiding the homeless making their daily bm."