Thursday, June 7, 2018

Big footprint in the desert.

There's a big footprint over by the Dale Dry Lake. It's 700' long and it says, "Born in the Desert," and "Cairo 1949."

The copy under the video reads,
"1950. One year after its debut at the Chicago Shoe Fair, the Clarks Desert Boot went on sale.  Designed in 1949 by Nathan Clark and modeled on a crepe-soled boot made from rough suede made in the bazaars of Cairo, it was different. It was unexpected. It was original."
The artist that made the footprint is Jim Denevan and he raked out the world's biggest footprint.

The video was made two years ago.

I hope no one else gets any bright ideas.