Old Kansas, Still Growing Tall
THINK all of Kansas is flat? Think again. The Flint Hills, in the eastern part of the state, fan out over 183 miles from north to south, stretching 30 to 40 miles wide in parts, the land folding into itself, then popping up in gentle bumps, with mounds looming far off on the horizon.
by Betsy Rubiner / New York Times Jump to the Source Article