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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Buffalo Bill, Aug 24, 2009.
^^^ Now that looks like a fun time!
Great pix !
Nice picnic spot! We might have to try to find that!
Thanks Sod Buster. You continue to prove that the Great Plains are not fly-over country.
Not your Great Plains, but great plains none-the-less!
Hughenden Muttaburra Road, central Queensland, Australia
In the 200km between those towns, there is 60 or 70 km which looks like this!
Kanopolis has about thirty miles of horse trails, and a specialized camp area for horse owners, full hook ups for campers and corals for horses, and trails out of the camp ground, I see license tags from all over the country in this camp ground.
A look at the area in the story, by horseback.
Sodbuster, you rascal, you got me wanting to tour Kansas. I have to break free, and hit some of those places.......................
Sod buster , just great pics [and verse] , my mother is from s.e. nebraska , and always great going back in the late summer , early harvest , and the thunder storms , thanks for posting and a little history too!
Sodbuster....................So when will you be guiding a tour?
I'm trying to make plans.........................Plans in advance don't work too well in my life, but still trying.
Sod Buster- your pics and words prove that there is beauty in those 'flat' plains if you slow down enough to see it. I've been across ND, SD, and NE.... but sad to say too many miles on the Interstates.
Hurrying to get beyond the plains. Maybe someday.... I will slow down to see...and appreciate...what you've shown so well!!!
65 degrees when I rolled out this morning! Kansas and August? What a treat.
While not having been through Kansas, I can definitely say interstating it thorough northern Nebraska and southern South Dakota is a mistake. Very fond memories of my trips through those areas
Highways across the plains running east to west take the path of least resistance, that equals boring, cutting back north or south and finding and following the rivers up or down, it's a lot more interesting and usually not far off the main drag.
Great read, thank you!
All were taken between Red Wing and Wabasha MN.
Southern Illinois mini prairie, aka old coal ground.....
Alas, all I have today
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