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What Kansas town or attraction would you like to visit or revisit?
UNDER THE STREET - Let's road trip!
asked under the Red Dog Inn

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!"
Shovel Ready Pete

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"Mullinville & the political sculpture of M.T. Ligget!"
Some yard art fanboy

Load me into a cannon & shoot me into the sun! - Dow Joans
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.  
Lucas, Kansas
Sternberg in Hays
Big all ball of string
Sedgwick county zoo
Free State Brewery
verum tuae sui
I'm down for another Kansas curiosities and oddities tour.
Tongawangy, sep  it ain't the same without Binkelmann's.  

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
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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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.
Load me into a cannon & shoot me into the sun! - Dow Joans
Al's Chickenette at 8th & Vine in Hays.  Original 1949 decor including neon lights, serving chicken dinners with all the trimmings.  
Load me into a cannon & shoot me into the sun! - Dow Joans
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.  
Load me into a cannon & shoot me into the sun! - Dow Joans

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