Coop, that is a totally cool spot to park the bike, but noticing that it was still on the road, did you keep looking back over your shoulder, wondering where the bottom of the house was?
It was fairly early AM and my guess is that they were moving it during the night and had to stop with the approaching daylight. I'd never seen only a top being moved before; my guess a modular, pre-fab?
Something's amiss in this picture, isn't it? Good one!
Interesting how the guard rail Armco is holding up one side :)
Cool photos. It appears as though you've ran into the back of it and split it in two.
That was my first thought as I pulled up and eased to a stop.
Coop:So many questions and pondering . . . where the bottom wasbobRiding the Wet Coast
I've seen some very tall ones being moved, they must have had the bottom already in place or in transit as well. Agree?
My first reaction was that's a pretty nice house, newish siding, nice windows, I can see why it is being moved. You don't see multi-story houses moved very often or houses moved in pieces.Nice picture.
Thanks Richard, Don't you think the new windows, shingles, siding, etc. might mean that it is a new one being moved in components?
Are you sure that's Illinois and not Kansas, Toto?
Maybe I did wander a bit west.....it was supposed to be Illinois I was headed for.