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.
They look like they're having a great time. That's a beautiful trail. I'm not going to be running it, ever, but I wouldn't mind walking it, especially this time of year. We're still waiting waiting waiting for autumn to arrive. We did have a wind shift and a humidity drop this afternoon, so going out for a walk (or a run) is going to be more appealing.
Though it looked like autumn and the morning was cool enough to need a light jacket, temperatures had reached the upper eighties by afternoon. I was lucky enough to be ferried about in a Gator, so my own exercise was limited to about a mile or so on foot. I've walked those trails a hundred times and will continue to do so as the leaves change color. The place is magical, and perfect for an event such as this.
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