A threshing stone in the historical district of downtown Inman.
Cheryl history, small towns
Thanks for the quick dip into farming history! Always good to learn more about what helped Kansas become strong.
That was interesting. I’m awfully glad you posted the second picture too. My eye brain connection read the post title as “thrashing stone.” I was shocked. Oh, it was just wheat. WHEW!
Look up “Threshing stone” on Wikipedia web site.