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, from the author or Town Crier Bookstore, 716 Commercial, Emporia.
The snow-trimmed bike is great; can't believe all the snow you've gotten. I can't figure out the letters in the next image. The snow-topped seed pods make me want to sketch a pen and ink drawing, if only I could draw. You stretch my imagination and way of looking beyond the obvious. Enough snow on the prairie this year? Thanks.Gregg,Tennessee
Gregg -- The letters are actually short sections of snow that fell from the power line. At first I thought it was some kind of strange animal track but then I'm familiar with most critters around here and knew it had to be something else. It was a wet heavy snow like we see in spring and if nothing else I took heart that winter will eventually end. And wow, thanks for the kind compliments. I draw so much inspiration from others so it's nice being able to pass it down the line.
Love the images. (I do believe I would love them more if it were now July)
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