Spring 1993 KANSAS
The bread Salina baker Thom Leonard makes in his wood-fired brick oven at Great Plain Bread Company has become a staple for health-conscious customers
HENRY'S SCULPTURE HILL
Frank Jenson's welded metal sculptures dot the 28-acre outdoor art museum on his farm east of Augusta.
Pat Nichols uses the hard red winter wheat she and her husband Larry grow on their Alton farm to create beautiful works of art.
THE COSMOPOLITAN BARN SWALLOW
For many rural Kansans, the arrival of barn swallows in May marks the beginning of summer.
BRINGING HISTORY TO LIFE
Mark and Mildred Berry of rural McDonald travel to schools to share their passion for history.
THE INN AT SEDGWICK
A charming atmosphere, friendly service and fine food are the key ingredients for the restaurant that Dana and Lou Cox operate in their farm home.
KANSAS RANCH ROUNDUP
More and more tourists are finding there is no better way to relax and get away from it all than on a working Kansas farm or ranch.
QUAKER VIEW FARM
Fred and Martha Leimkuhler have converted their 135-acre farm into a wildlife retreat for school children.
THE WALKER ART COLLECTION
The city of Garnett has rediscovered a loca treasure-an art collection valued at $500.000.
WICHITA'S BLACK HISTORICAL MUSEUM
Housed in a former church, this museum offers a unique glimpse ino the history of blacks in Kansas.
Francis Schaffer builds colorful aluminum biplanes from 1-ounce soda and beer cans.
Volume 48, issue 1
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Micah Gullett amid dandelions in Cherokee County by Mike Gullett