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Fall 1999 KANSAS

11/15/2012
The Bridges of Cowley County
Fifteen historic bridges are the highlight of an annual fall tour in Cowley County.
By Jeanette Steinert, Photos by Roy Steinert

Fall on the Prairie
Prairie expert David Dvorak Jr. explores the wonders of fall-blooming prairie grasses and wildflowers.

Focusing on Fossils
Life-size, robotic dinosaurs and the famous "fish-within-a-fish" fossil are part of the spectacular, new Sternberg Museum of Natural History in Hays.
By Ron Welch

Canoeing the Kaw
Delightful canoeing opportunities are available on the state's namesake river.
By Mike Calwell

A Beauty of a Barn
Mullinville's Fromme-Birney Round Barn is an architectural and historical gem.
By Sally M. Snell, photos by Michael Snell

A Fall Classic
Baldwin City's annual Maple Leaf festival celebrates the splendor of the turning leaf.
By Sally M. Snell, photos by Michael Snell

A Palace of Spendor
Hutchinson's Historic fox Theatre is now open after a massive restoration effort.
By Ron Welch, photos by Del Ruff

Pome on the Range
Sweet, juicy apples and perfect pumpkins are available at Mike and Donnie Gerhardt's orchard in Franklin County.
By LeAnn Stephens, photos by Bill Stephens

Hiawatha's Halloween Frolic
The "City of Beautiful Maples" hosts one of the oldest Halloween celebrations in the country.
By Sally M. Snell, photos by Michael Snell

A Blessing to All
Humboldt's unique fiesta based on the Bible brings inspiration to thousands each October.
By Jackie Ryan

Favorite Recipe
Bakery Rye Bread-New Theatre Restaurant

Volume 54, Issue 3
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Pottawatomie County by David Dvorak Jr.