CONCRETE ARROW QUEST : Search for Transcontinental Airway Beacons – Part 9
After spending the last few days in the garage working on Jeeps, Cindy and I decided we needed a break and so we packed up Rubicat and headed out to do some exploring. Specifically, we had been scouting out some concrete arrows on Google Earth and went to see if we could find a way up to at least one of them that was close to home. And, as luck would have it, we were able to do just that and it was maybe one of the most unique one we’ve found to date. Unlike just about every concrete arrow we’ve found to date which has an arrow, a mid section that serves as a foundation for a tower and a tail which typically, but not always houses a generator shed, this arrow only had an arrow, a really long and bent shaft section and a tail. There was no mid section for a tower. Upon closer examination, we could see where there might have been some kind of concrete footings at the end of the tail that may have served as a foundation for a tower but, we couldn’t be sure of it. Anyway, click on the link below to see a few photos of what we found today.