Jack, just now seeing this response that you posted. My Mom alerted me to it. I sure would like to see more pictures. I am aware of the state of my childhood home. I don't go by there because it makes me sad. When we lived there, there was a split rail fence, flower beds, vegetable garden, horses, and an apple orchard. The man who owned the barn across the street had ponies and a wagon and would give rides to all the kids. He would let me feed sweet grain to the horses. It was a beautiful place.
Hey Kyra, your limestone-block house is still standing strong. Looks like it would withstand the Apocalypse, with stone walls at least 1 ft thick. Lots of junk (decorations?) in the yard, and the old barn across the street. There's another old 1-lane bridge on the same road over a small creek branch, looks like the same vintage as the one pictured here. It has the same style guard-walls, but might be a different substructure. I will photograph it soon and post pictures, weather permitting.
I lived on Frog Hollow Road as a child. Our house was a half mile or so west of the bridge at the top of the hill. Our house was built in the late 1800's out of huge limestone blocks. I'm sure it's gone by now. We sat on this bridge with our backs leaning against the tree many summer days. We also swam in the creek and had bonfires. That was when it was clean. 1960's-1970's. My father had a business in Jefferson City until he passed away. Jack Kaufman - MID-MO Well Drilling.