Roadside Trivia #11

We haven’t posted a trivia question for a while. So put on your thinking cap. Obey the rules and no running to Google or Wikipedia!

This is a two part question:

1) Who invented Lincoln Logs?

2) Why were they named Lincoln Logs?

OK….. Ready…. Set…. Go!

Da…Da…Da……….Da….Da….Da……..Da…de..da.da.da (repeat twice)

Got it?


Need more time?

Oh, I just hate it when you whine and beg!

OK. OK. Here’s the answer…………………..


Lincoln Logs were invented by John Lloyd Wright, son of famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1920. He got the idea while watching his father design the Imperial Hotel in Japan. The hotel was built on a foundation that allowed the building to move during an earthquake. The name Lincoln Logs was given because the senior Wright’s birth name was Frank Lincoln Wright. He took the name Lloyd later in life from his mother’s Welch ancestors. His buildings often have the initials FLLW on them.


See what interesting things you can learn on the road?

3 thoughts on “Roadside Trivia #11

  1. We were one of the hosts at San Juan National Historical Park last summer. A really great place. Contact us if you have any questions and for sure say hello to Mike and Doug for us! We loved it. We are currently in Las Vegas at Clark County Shooting Complex until last of March. If you are in the area give us a call out.

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