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What Kansas town or attraction would you like to visit or revisit?
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UNDER THE STREET - Let's road trip!
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What Kansas place or town would you like to see or re-see?



   
"Cawker City & that big ball of twine!"
Some kid with a kite & big ideas




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"Greensburg & that hand dug well!"
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"Mullinville & the political sculpture of M.T. Ligget!"
Some yard art fanboy

 
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#2
The Flint Hills.  Just thinking of that brings a smile to my face.  It brings a certain warmth, contentment.  
 
Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country.  
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#3
Lucas, Kansas
Sternberg in Hays
Big all ball of string
Sedgwick county zoo
Free State Brewery
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#4
I'm down for another Kansas curiosities and oddities tour.
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#5
Tongawangy, sep  it ain't the same without Binkelmann's.  

 
 
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#6
1. Dodge City
2. Fort Scott, used to like the old saloon but it burnt down. 
3. Hunting the arikaree breaks
4. Fort Riley
5. Swedish community in Lindsborg
 
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#7
I should mention my town.  Home of Alf Landon, Bill Kurtis, Harry Sinclair, Derek Schmidt and of course Autie Anderson.  Little House on the Prairie.  A pretty cool park and zoo for a town this size.  Mickey Mantle played triple A ball here.  R_I, an oddities trip sounds interesting.  I saw the Ligget art on a hunting trip and then had to go back later.  Ft. Larned is a pretty cool site as well.  Did you know that Independence is the home of Autie Anderson and bright street lights?
 
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#8
There's the Railroad Workers Cemetery near 3rd & Cathedral in the town of Victoria in Ellis County.  A plaque on a large granite stone describes the 1867 Cheyenne massacre of six railroad laborers.
 
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#9
Al's Chickenette at 8th & Vine in Hays.  Original 1949 decor including neon lights, serving chicken dinners with all the trimmings.  
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Just north of Cedar Bluff Reservoir in Trego County is the Butterfield Trail Bunkhouse.  Sposed to be a great stay for the serious nature enthusiast.  Pets welcome.  
 
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