when you’re not in kansas anymore but you are indeed in kansas

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“If we walk far enough,” says Dorothy, “we shall sometime come to someplace.” –L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

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Burlington Route

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2/7/15
one last stop in Burlington, Iowa to see Dev (not pictured) and hit the autozone (pictured)..before the push to find the largest ball of twine. (i never said this would make sense but it’s true)20150207_095440

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from a window she decides to go

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the last two pics are of a building i watched slowly fall over the year prior. seems fitting that on my way out, it was done.20150205_100049

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Burlington, Iowa Frozen January Riverfront

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The Burlington Rail Bridge (pictured below) is a vertical-lift railroad bridge that crosses the Mississippi River between Burlington, Iowa and Gulf Port, Illinois.

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The Great River Bridge crosses the Mississippi River at Burlington, Iowa on US Route 34 across from Gulf Port, Illinois

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view from the Riverfront back at the town of Burlington..

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if you have a fear of bridges

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..probably just don’t look at any of them in Illinois. Iowa too apparently. They are either under construction or should be. This is the Ft. Madison Toll Bridge also known as the Santa Fe Swing Span Bridge for the old Santa Fe rail line.. 20150101_141718 20150101_141822 20150101_141840 20150101_141911