It’s almost impossible to drive a mile in any direction here in Iowa without coming across a silo. Nothing unusual about that; there’s enough corn alone to fill them all a few times over.
Most of the silos I’ve seen in my travels around the state have been made of metal, some have been made of wood and a few have been made of poured concrete. But the other day, driving along a back road on the way to a small town, I came across this incredible sight…a silo built of bricks.
I have no idea how old it is, though it certainly looks to be pretty aged and I’m assuming that, being made of bricks, it would pre-date most modern-day silos. It just looked SO compelling to my eyes, standing there like a solitary sentry, that I had to stop and take several photos of this beautiful leviathan towering above the road.
She’s a brick house.
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