Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Set in Stone

Busy day. Little time to ponder the gathering autumn, or any of mankind's most persistent questions, such as, "What's that plaque doing on that rock?"

When I see one, I feel the urge to document it. The more obscure, the better. This one's perfect in that regard, found in Lords Park in Elgin, Illinois. "LILACS Gift of Elgin Better Gardens Club October 1939."

Or this one, at Oakton Park in Skokie, Illinois.

"These trees were planted by the children, parents, faculty & friends of Kenton School, District 69, in honor of its 23 years of service to the community. September, 1955 to June, 1978 Marjorie Wedell, principal"

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