Full Disclosure: This post and these photos originate from April 26/20.
During the current pandemic and Stay at Home orders, our walks are not exactly exciting, these days. Our saviour arrived in the form of a sinkhole. Yes, you heard me right, a freaking sinkhole.
You see, our recent rapid snow melt created a huge lake in the low lying fields West of Beaumont. Like the fields, the road that runs through them follows the land contours. One day, when we tried to take the road West to exit our small city, we were faced with barricades blocking our path. Hmmmm. Later, we learned that the overland flooding had created a sinkhole under the road.
Sounds, like Beaumont had inadvertently closed a road to allow space to walk while socially distancing. Hell, we were in. My Patty proposed an expedition to see the sinkhole. On a wide road closed to cars, we should have no Social Distancing issues. That, coupled with the fact it was Sunday AM and the winds were gusting to 63 kph made for an exhilarating journey.
Hitting the Open Road
Hit the open road
to see all that you can see.
A sinking feeling.