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Post Rock Country driving tour

LUCAS — A driving tour of Post Rock Country structures and culture is scheduled for Saturday, May 5, leaving from the Grassroots Art Center in Lucas.
Post rock limestone is a unique layer of stone exposed near hill tops in north central Kansas. Early settlers used the stone layer for buildings and fence posts, hence the name “Post Rock Country” for the region where it occurs. The layer extends from the Nebraska border southwest-ward in Kansas into Hodgeman County.
The event, a driving tour of limestone quarry, structures of various kinds, will be from 8:45 a.m. to 4:30 ...

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