It may be hard to believe, but Christmas is upon us again! You may enjoy some of the highlights of this past year.
Whether you visit the more famous structures in Cowley County or the less familiar bridges of Butler County, Kansas, you’ll be amazed at what you discover.
Whether you lived through them or not, the major tornadoes of Kansas have become indelibly stamped on the state’s memory.
StoneArchBridges.com is a unique blend of history, physics, how-to, and photography. It offers information about bridges that can be difficult to find anywhere else.
Ready for a challenge? Tackle this list of 12 books on flora, fauna, weather, conservation, and more.
Finding free stock photos that don’t require some kind of complicated attribution can be a challenge. But if you have a blog or content-driven website, it is a challenge that must be faced. Allow us to recommend six sites with a good mix of farm, nature, rural, and Kansas photography:
Celebrating Kansas country living with information and resources for a fulfilling lifestyle.
My Kansas can make a delightful gift for a fellow Kansan. Or put a copy on your coffee table, conveniently within reach of out-of-state guests.
Here’s a hefty photo book that anyone who likes to keep an eye on the sky will enjoy. The Book of Clouds by John A. Day provides an interesting look at atmospheric phenomena that can serve multiple purposes. First, the clouds and optical effects we see in the sky on a regular basis are groupedContinue reading “The Book of Clouds”
Looking for a unique gift for the chicken fan of the family? Here’s a favorite!