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... why? Were they wind break, or boundary lines? Don't know. The gently rolling hills and big blue skies reminded us a lot of Nebraska. Makes sense since it’s a neighboring state.
Josie picked up a cool owl stuffed animal (hey, she needed a cuddly to sleep with tonight) so Mac and Jo were busy making a video with the owl.
Continuing on, we finally made our way out of Kansas, which wasn't as boring as we thought it would be, and ...
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... us through Big Thompson Canyon. The Canyon was formed by the Big Thompson River which we followed all the way out of the mountains. There were lots of cottages lining the canyon where there was room. We saw lots of people fishing all along the river. The most spectacular steep cliffs were at the end of the canyon. When we left the canyon the land leveled out really quickly and it was so flat you would have thought we were back in Ohio. We followed ...
... there were loads of wind turbines dotting the flat plains of Kansas. However, further west small oil rigs graced the landscape. It is pretty amazing how people could come out to this barren landscape with practically nothing and eke out a living. The pioneers were a special breed of people.
Had lunch in Colby KS. Mom had salad and I had ...
... those described above in a million years. Both of the pieces described above were done by Scott Johnson.
On the ground floor, preparations for a wedding and a reception were under way in the Smith Gallery and the courtyard. The ceremony was set to take place outside. The colors for the wedding were purple and hot pink. It may sound odd but it was really striking.
Somewhere between 2006 and 2008, ...
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