Teter Rock by Lane Pearman (Kansas Photo Spot)

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Teter Rock by Lane Pearman
James Teter piled rocks as a marker to guide pioneers searching for the Cottonwood River in the late 1870s. Over time all these waypoints were destroyed as the rock was re-purposed for building materials. However, in 1954, this slab was erected in Mr. Teter’s honour. Today the marker is a unique stopping point, that while covered in graffiti now, remains quite photogenic. (Cassoday, Kansas, USA)

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