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I spent a couple of hours last Saturday volunteering at my local library. You can find me most Saturday afternoons helping out behind the front desk. About halfway through my scheduled shift, I realized that the stack end cap across … Continue reading
At the beginning of April, I embarked on two (2) virtual walks. The first is sponsored by my employer and is called “The Big 1” and described as “The Big 1 takes you on a coastal voyage from Laguna Beach … Continue reading
http://kansastransportation.blogspot.com/2014/03/throwback-thursday.html?m=1 O my goodness! I remember this storm (I was eight). The flag pole in our front yard was bent over 90 degrees to the ground but did not break or pull out of the base. My dad’s amateur radio … Continue reading
http://www.kansascity.com/2014/02/19/4834360/one-of-the-best-places-in-the.html I knew this already. And I highly recommend the Flint Hills. They are stunning. Posted from WordPress for Android via my Samsung smartphone. Please excuse any misspellings. Ciao, Jon
See why Kansas is a scenic bonanza http://www.kansascity.com/2013/08/27/4440748/see-why-kansas-is-a-scenic-bonanza.html I live in Kansas. This is preaching to the choir. The Flint Hills are a personal favorite.
For my twenty-eight posting in my ‘Thirty Days of Thankfulness‘ blog series, I am extremely thankful for the Interstate Highway System championed by the only President hailing from Kansas (albeit as a transplant from Texas): Dwight D. Eisenhower. Thanks to … Continue reading
A sad day to all of us old-school shutterbugs. And my home state seals the end of a photographic era. The Last Roll of Kodachrome—Frame By Frame! Culture: vanityfair.com.
My home state turned 150 today. I live within three miles of the First City in Kansas, also known as Leavenworth, and within ten miles of Fort Leavenworth, first established in 1827. Except for a dozen years spent in the … Continue reading