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.
I'm not counting on the W-ter.
Good thinking. The economy has hit this place hard--though it was an economy three or decades ago. Now there's no water, no cows, no people, no tourists, no nothing. Well, grass, and a few isolate trees and cactus, and lots of wind and wide open sky. Sort of like the Flint Hills only drier and even less populated.
Left you a comment earlier but the system was wonky and wouldn't take it. Unfortunately, I'm never able to replicate my truly clever responses, so I'll just say:I love the rabbit.I stayed in a teepee motel once.I love the rabbit.I figured out the stylized Route 66 marker is supposed to be a tailfinDid I say I love the rabbit?Just great.
Linda -- The rabbit was on the side of a swimming pool, which explains the goggles. Very official looking rabbit, however! The Route 66 marker does indeed replicate a tail fin.
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