Saturday, January 08, 2005

Home For The Ages



At first glance, you might think this is Lincoln's log cabin. Until you remember that Lincoln didn't call his home Garden of Eden. And that his cabin was made of wood.

From Memepool:

S.P. Dinsmoor (not to be confused with Dinsdale) began, at the age of 64, to build a monument that would stand long after he was gone. With 2,273 sacks of cement and countless tons of limestone, he constructed a "log" home and sculpture garden in Lucas, Kansas called the Garden of Eden.


If you're worried that your childhood home might vanish before your next visit, concrete might be the way to go.