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Winter 1986 KANSAS

11/15/2012
1986 WinterHOSTING THE NATIONAL BIRD
Over 400 bald eagles "vacation" in Kansas each winter.

ADVENTURE ON ICE
When the weather's just right, great ice skating conditions abound throughout Kansas.

AN 1880'S PRAIRIE CHRISTMAS
Boot Hill Museum, Inc., Dodge City, rings in the holidays with an authentic pioneer celebration.

A PLACE TO GROW
Class Ltd in Columbus helps clients with special needs learn and grow.

WONDERFUL WINDOWS
Stained glass windows in 11 churches in Salina are the object of a special tour.

MEET MR. TOPEKA
John Ripley, 90, has spent his life learning and writing about his hometown.

THE NUTS & BOLTS OF PERFECT CHILI
Hartman & Sons Hardware in Shawnee and Mission is the place to go for chili powder.

A CUT ABOVE
Don Erickson of rural Buhler participates annually in timber sport competition.

FINDING JOY IN BEAUTY
Lawrence artist Lori Malot is best known for her watercolor and pastel Kansas landscapes.

COOKING WITH FLAIR
Dian Volk's French cooking school offers an alternative to the ordinary hamburger.
Recipes: Avocado Pinwheel Salad; Vinaigrette dressing; Braised Chicken with Mushrooms; Buttered Green Beans; Chantilly Swans

SONIA DOMSCH-FOLK ARTIST
Using skills handed down by family, Sonia Domsch is a nationally-known bobbin lace maker.

HIS GAME IS NAMES
Dr. John Davis, Jr., Topeka, began his collection of over 20,000 autographs 60 years ago.

SET IN STONE
Photographer Ron Welch discovered several native stone structures on a recent trip to Enterprise.


Volume 41, Issue 4
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Cross country skier along Slough Creek in Jefferson County.