Essays taken from a weekly newspaper column published in the Washington County News, Washington, Kansas. Look for my book, "Dispatches From Kansas," available from Amazon.com, or from the author.
Tom--Loved your article about the ice breakup on the Big Blue River. After reading about it, I HAD to see the photos.Lucky devil!--Carol
Wow, that's neat. I've never seen ice flowing like that on the Big Blue. I believe I recognize that place. I remember the bridge.I've been fishing there a few times in the past.Thanks Tom.
Tom,It pleased me to see that the railroad bridge that Bill Walters and I helped to build back about 1960 is still standing tall.George
Tom; your photos are superb. Especially the photos of the old school houses that are still standing against time and the decay of the civilization that these school houses were partners in the days when freedom meant more than driving to the KSU football games or impressing the neighbors with the latest from the Feathered Nest.
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