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Regular train rides (including our favorite Sunday trip) are scheduled from May to October Then, in the winter, they have Polar Express rides running from November to December Vacation Trips, Day Trips, Vacations, Fort Gibson, Kansas Day, Historical Association, Train Rides, Beautiful Sky, Small Towns

This 3-Hour Train Ride Is The Most Relaxing Way To Enjoy Kansas Scenery

This particular train ride in Kansas is perfect for any Sunday throughout the train season, spring or fall. Are you ready to enjoy relaxation?

Welcome to Circle's Pecans & Country Store, a small town shop attached to an orchard making some of the best pecans in Kansas. Homemade Pecan Pie, Candied Pecans, Sticky Buns, Lunch To Go, Freshly Baked, Served Up, Places To Eat, Kansas, Road Trips

This One-Of-A-Kind Pecan Farm In Kansas Serves Up Fresh Homemade Pie To Die For

If you thought fresh pecans were great, then you should have them in pie as well. This pecan farm in Kanas is the perfect place for both.

An insurance agent inspects the roller coaster at Joyland before it goes into operation in Abandoned Theme Parks, Amusement Park, Roller Coaster, Photo Book, Kansas, Creepy, Roller Coasters

Wichita’s Joyland appears in new photo book about creepy amusement parks

Wichita’s defunct amusement park Joyland has landed on the cover of a new book of photographs about abandoned theme parks.

The lost city of Etzanoa, located in Arkansas City, Kansas has redefined what we think about great plains native societies and is developing into an educational attraction, providing insight into the misunderstood precolonial societies of North America. Kansas Usa, Oklahoma, Arkansas City, Hollywood Images, Mysterious Universe, Tourist Sites, Conquistador, Lost City, Archaeological Site

Lost City of Etzanoa in Kansas 'Rewrites History,' Now Open to the Public

The lost city of Etzanoa, located in Arkansas City, Kansas has redefined what we think about great plains native societies and is developing into an educational attraction, providing insight into the misunderstood precolonial societies of North America.

13 Famous Restaurants In Kansas That Are So Worth Waiting In Line For Joe's Kansas City Bbq, Kansas Day, Kansas City Restaurants, Shawnee Kansas, Cozy Inn, Olathe Kansas, Breakfast Buffet, Travel Oklahoma, Food Places

13 Famous Restaurants In Kansas That Are So Worth Waiting In Line For

Whether you're craving pie, chicken, or beef, these famous restaurants are always serving up something delicious. All day, every day.

Welcome to the delicious corner cafe known as Bradley's. Hiding out in Topeka for years, this cafe shouldn't be overlooked by any Kansas traveler. Places To Eat, Great Places, Corner Cafe, Chicken Fried Steak, Best Pie, Homemade Pie, Day Trips, Yummy Treats, Kansas

A Slice Of Pie Is A Delicious Treat At Bradley's Corner Cafe In Kansas

Do you love a good homemade slice of pie every now and then? If so, this corner cafe in Topeka is a great option for anyone traveling through here.

Read "What Color Is Night?" by Grant Snider available from Rakuten Kobo. Grant Snider's beautiful debut picture book explores the wonders—and colors—of nighttime. For night is not . Best Books For Kindergarteners, Color Of Night, Bedtime Reading, Night Book, Kindergarten Books, Toddler Books, Children's Picture Books, Early Literacy, Bedtime Stories

Cartoonist’s latest project is picture of success

Grant Snider, ’07, the orthodontist by day and illustrator by night who calls himself “the incidental comic,” this fall published his first picture book for kids. What Color is Night?, which explores the wonders and colors of night, came out in November from Chronicle Books.

Breathe in the fresh Kansas air when you embark on the Prairie Center Nature Reserve Loop Trail in Olathe. Nature Reserve, Outdoor Furniture, Outdoor Decor, The Fresh, Day Trips, Kansas, Breathe, Trail, Places

Breathe in the fresh Kansas air when you embark on the Prairie Center Nature Reserve Loop Trail in Olathe.

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Sibling Harmony - Americana Music Magazine - Bluegrass, Roots, Folk, Blues, and Old-Time

Maggie and Abigail Vogts hail from southeastern Kansas (Erie) where they have been sibling musicians ever since they took piano lessons together as kids; eventually performing together at local churches and other small venues as part of the group Saving Grace from 2000 to 2005. “When we were in Saving Grace, I was terrified of ...

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Wichita Breaking News, Sports & Crime | The Wichita Eagle

Follow The Wichita Eagle newspaper for the latest headlines on South Central Kansas news. Find daily local breaking news, opinion columns, videos and community events.

Today, Kansans remain split whether Chicken Annie's or Chicken Mary's rules the roost (Credit: Credit: Bruce N Meyer) Fried Chicken Dinner, Coleslaw, Kansas, Fries, Food, Coleslaw Salad, Meals, Cabbage Salad

America’s ‘fried chicken war’

How immigration, ingenuity and the American spirit shaped a US fried chicken “war” that’s been simmering for four generations.

"Currie" windmill pumping water for livestock in Lincoln County, Colorado Old Windmills, Great Plains, Wind Turbine, Kansas, Colorado, Pumping, Livestock, Lincoln, Water

Encyclopedia of the Great Plains | WINDMILLS

Encyclopedia of the Great Plains | WINDMILLS

The new plan for Wichita’s riverfront is bold but divisive. City Government, Central Library, Over The River, Water Treatment, Master Plan, Performing Arts, Convention Centre, Open House, Kansas

The new plan for Wichita’s riverfront is bold but divisive. So settle it with a vote

Whether or not a petition drive proves successful, elected officials should let Wichita voters decide how to proceed with the east bank corridor generally, and Century II specifically.