Adventures of Greta & Ping: Neosho Falls Edition

This is the second ghost town that I’ve been to and my favorite thus far. ImageNeosho Falls, a Kansas ghost town, with approximately 141 residents. It appears that this town, in its inception, was an affluent city but due to the depression and natural disasters the town and much of its buildings were left to be claimed by nature.

This next building, the Neosho Falls School building, is amazing. It is 3 levels of pure brick and concrete. It’s hard to describe exactly how wonderful it is and I don’t believe that photographs do it justice. ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

I’m not exactly what this building was, the roof was completely caved in. But it was beautiful how the trees and vines consumed it.ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

As we were driving through the countryside, we stopped to stare at the cows and they decided to do the same. I swear, they knew I had eaten their brethren. ImageImage

It was uncomfortable to be there, with them staring us down that way and then things got awkward when several of them kept trying to hump one another. hahaha. 




The places we visited were amazing and great for an adventure but the best part was sharing it with my best friend. I am certain that their are many more ghost towns to visit here in the land of oz and I cannot wait to explore each and every one of them. 🙂

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