Sunday, July 12, 2020

Abandoned Kansas City Explored



As the economic rebound FAILS to materialize, this kind of urban exploring will be more commonplace . . .

Description . . .

"Exploring an Abandoned Aquifer in Kessler Park, Kansas City."

Take a look . . .




Developing . . .

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonder what price they paid afterwards - poison ivy, mosquitoes, chiggers and or ticks.

If it's spring fed or spring fed run off there it could be of some use for something.

Anonymous said...

Hope they didn't scratch their tender and "woke" skins on any of the "Danger - Keep Out" or "Do Not Enter" signs that are hanging on the chain link fence around this place.

Kohl said...

Been there. Done that.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Hell, who hasn't?
But was your ego so damned overinflated that you had to post about it?
Didn't thing so - just enjoyed the experience and went on with other tings in your life, didn't you?

Charlie Horse said...

That's a glory hole!

Kohl said...

What?

Anonymous said...

Meh, cheaper than a movie and saved me the trouble of having to do it.

Fun day trip that's less dangerous than most. Nice clip.

Anonymous said...

Michael kholmeyer loves glory holds hes a midtown closet homosexual