Who knows how these conversations start? At one point during Mother’s Birthday Season celebration, Brother Mark insisted that Friend Robin Hirsch had been to the Eisleben Lutheran Church in Scott City. I have no idea, nor did Robin, why this would have occurred, but we were soon loaded in the van and headed to Scott City. Mother heard the jingling of the car keys, so she, of course, was on board.
Robin wasn’t ready to concede that she had ever been there before, but she unfolded the extra joint in her arm to document that she and Mark had been there this time. I thought only teenage girls had that extra joint, but it must be a universal female characteristic. Click on any photo to make it larger.
Church has interesting steeple
Church built in 1913
Ev. Luth. Eisleben
Gebaut – 1913
That translates to Evangelical Lutheran Church Built 1913.
There’s not much information on the web about the church. Wikipedia says that the church dates back to 1851.
Past Buried May 1, 2011
Other Scott City stories
Scott City was never my stomping grounds. Here are some stories I’ve done.
While we were stumbling around, we headed out a road that took us to the SEMO Port where we shot what looked like monster Pick-Up Sticks.