Summer 1989 KANSAS
The Ramsey's wildflower meadow near Fort Scott invites visitors to "take time to smell the flowers."
TO NOWHERE AND BACK
Midland Railroad operates a tourist train which takes passengers from Baldwin City to Nowhere and beyond
Plan to join in the fun at Independence's Art in the Park; the McLouth Threshing Bee; Emporia's Twin Rivers Festival and Coffeyville's Fourth of July Festival.
SHOREBIRDS OF THE GRASSLAND SEA
Upland sandpipers are the subject of Randall Winter's latest wildlife story.
SWIMMERS TO YOUR MARKS
500 swimmers from ten western Kansas towns participate in swim meets throughout the summer.
DANCING WITH HARRIET GOLDHOR LERNER
Self-help books written especially for women are the forte of this Topeka author/psychologist.
OLD BUNKER HILL CAFÉ
Good food and intriguing surrounding have put Janet and Tom Taggart's restaurant on the map.
PIPE CREEK T-SHIRTS
John Jagger's T-Shirts are works of art....often with a message
THE HEDLUND RODEO COMPANY
Rodeo is big business for Chris and Janie Hedlund of Dodge City.
A NEW LIFE
An old, wooden grain elevator, once the tallest building in Bentley, now is part of Old Cowtown Museum in Wichita.
READING THE RANGE
Flint Hills Adventure Tours conducts an "off the highway" tour of the Flint Hills in June and October.
HIS ART IS CARVED IN STONE
Stockton monument artist Kevin Thayer guarantees his artwork to last "at least 1,000 years."
Recipes from Old Bunker Hill Cafe
Fried Rice with Vegetables
Dove & Pheasant
Volume 44, issue 2
Andrea Glenn, editor