Atwood Lake Covered Bridge- Lost Series of Waymarks
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member OceanicCrew815
N 39° 48.842 W 101° 02.558
14S E 325162 N 4409112
Quick Description: This is a covered bridge that is located at the Atwood Lake.
Location: Kansas, United States
Date Posted: 8/15/2018 6:29:10 PM
Waymark Code: WMYZM7
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member YoSam.
Views: 7

Long Description:
This waymark is for the covered bridge at the Atwood Lake.

Somedays you will be able to see geese and ducks around the lake and can see them from here.

It's a delicate structure, so don't run or jump inside here. Be respectful and walk gently.

This waymark is placed to symbolize the Lost episode Numbers. In this episode Hurley, Charlie, Jack, and Sayid come across a rickety rope bridge on their quest to find Danielle. There are no rope bridges in the area, so this is the best option. I wish you better luck on your bridge crossing than Charlie nearly had on his. LOL.

I am placing it today on a day that is a reflection of itself 8-15-18. 815 is a significant number in Lost mythology.

Please check out my other Lost themed geocaches and waymarks. You can find them by clicking on OceanicCrew815. Be sure to check out our geocaches at geocaching.com where we are also called OceanicCrew815.

The best way to get here is to take Highway 25 to Lake Road.
Current Condition of Bridge: This bridge is open to be walked across. It is in good condition, though I would not reccommend running or jumping in it.

Description of Covered Bridge:
This is a red covered bridge that is located at the Atwood Lake. You can walk across it. You can stop on it and look out on part of the lake.


Year Built: Year was not available. I could not find this information at the bridge.

Parking (If not at the bridge):: Parking near-by at the Lake.

Location (Road - City - State - Country): Lake Road, Atwood Kansas, United States of America

Web Address: Not listed

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