Summer 2004 KANSAS
Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Wamego and check out one of the largest private collections of everything Oz and the Oz Museum.
By Lou Ann Thomas
It's Time for Summer Kamp
Volunteers get a jump on citizen science as they lsiten to the calls of frogs and toads for the Kansas Anuran Monitoring Program.
By Margy Stewart
Photographer Michael C. Snell travels the state to bring us artistic and unexpected sculptures.
By Michael C. Snell
Spark of Creativity
Sculptor and Kansas native Arlie Regier stunning stainless steel works of art.
By Sally M. Snell
Water, Water Everywhere
Tiem to get out your water skis, hook up the boat and find out why the waves in Kansas aren't all amber and made of grain.
By Ric Anderson
If Rutlader Builds It, They Will Come
Jim Rutlader made his dreams come true when he built his own Western town near Kansas City.
By Mary Hammel
Chilled Cream Southwest Tomato Bisque recipe from Glencliff Farm Bed, Breakfast and Spa, Independence, KS
Volume 59, Issue 2
Nancy Nowick Ramberg, editor
On the Cover: Dustin Smith on the water at Clinton Lake by Earl Richardson