Monday, September 1, 2008

how to confuse an archaeologist

I drove past this wonderfully strange building in Scottsdale and had to turn around to take some pictures. Its a water treatment plant located on the grounds of Chaparral Park. This very large building has architectural art designs certain to confound some future archaeologists. The plant is capable of producing 30 million gallons of drinking water per day.

The rest of the park is full of lush green grass dog runs, baseball fields, and an artificial lake. I've never visited this park before, so I'm going to count it as (#44) a new-to-me item.

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