This site was tough to get to, and it was in a tough part of town. I never thought I would see an actual car part burning in the street, but there it was.
The place is quite special. In so many ways you imagine what those footprints represent. Aside from the obvious, one wonders what the humans were thinking or talking about as they walked through, what they may have been doing or where exactly they were heading to. It is made more amazing by the fact that there is another section containing the same prints that were uncovered at a later date. So as the one path ends, there is another excavated area where the path reappears and carries on in the direction of the lake. All of this is viewed from the current level of earth, about 15 feet above the level of the prints. Amazing. This place really does get you to think. So, in a city that may struggle to blow you away with attractions, check this one out. The on site museum and the facility are a bit of a shambles, but this is a very unique bit of history.
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