Some of my favorite pictures are those taken just before you’re ready...usually always get one or two when I ask a stranger to take a photo. Turns out this would be the only one in focus, which is pretty fitting of our day. Nothing in Barbados went to plan, we started off with plans for Reagan to surf, as you can see the waves behind us didn’t cooperate. So we had a back up plan for a beach day, bought chairs for the day just as a monsoon rolled in. We ran into a random hotel bar for shelter and met the sweetest old bartender, who sent us on an adventure to a limestone cave, a front porch restaurant (with the most delicious food) and a not so simple bus route to get up the mountain and back. It was a series of one unplanned moment after another, but one of the best days of our trip! Scroll for some sights in #barbados
a sedimentary rock consisting predominantly of calcium carbonate, varieties of which are formed from the skeletons of marine microorganisms and coral: used as a building stone and in the manufacture of lime.
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We’ve nearly completed work to the Cathedral of Saint Joseph in Hartford, CT. The massive structure is a reinforced concrete frame with an Alabama limestone veneer at the exterior walls. The steeple rises to nearly 300 feet above the sidewalk on the south façade. KSR was hired to fix a combination of issues including limestone deterioration, spalling, cracking, displacement, and various other repairs along with full exterior cleaning. Swipe left to see our progress and the remarkable difference from simply pressure washing years of debris from the façade!