The artist that created these signs passed in 2017 but his art outside of Mullinville, Kansas is still creating waves. These signs, art pieces, are meant to be loud comments on various topics – mostly political. I find them crude and rude, however, they are also a non-violent form of political commentary. Commentary aside they
Tag: Travel Kansas
I’m doing this a bit out of order but I feel like it is an important thing to consider when on a road trip. Sometimes it doesn’t feel like the little things that we try to change do much but every little bit makes a difference. Here are some easy things you can do to
After leaving Andale we headed south towards Wichita, Kansas with a particular goal in mind – to visit the Keeper of the Plains. This magnificent statue stands at the joining to the Little and Big Arkansas rivers. In the evening this massive statue is ringed in fire, we unfortunately did not get to see the
Keltin and I had had a ton of fun exploring central Kansas but we wanted a few more adventures before getting home. Between a United States road atlas and a copy of The Kansas Guidebook 2 we mapped out our route home with some fun stops along the way. A GPS maybe able to tell
The volunteer who told us all the wonderful stories at the Kansas Motorcycle Museum suggested that we check out some other places in town after leaving the museum. One place he suggested was the Smoky Valley Distillery, it was past five though and we were unable to visit but it is on the list for
I will admit up front that I’m not a big motorcycle fan. I think it in part stems from having questionable coordination and having fears of crashing. On the other hand Keltin enjoys them and hopes to his license one day. On the way back from Mushroom Rock State Park we stopped by the Kansas
Last year when we were in Fredericksburg Keltin and I visited Old Tunnel State Park and I thought that state park was tiny, man, was I wrong. As it turns out Mushroom Rock State Park in Kansas is smaller. This tiny state park is only 5 acres and free to visit. There is no really
If you want to know what sparked this most recent trip to Kansas it was the lure of the cinnamon rolls served at Carriage Crossing in Yoder, Kansas. As much of a myth a face sized cinnamon rolls may seem, these aren’t. What they are is delicious. I didn’t even order my own, I snagged
Just a few miles outside of Lindsburg is Coronado Heights. This park has a castle and a ton of stone picnic tables. The day we visited it was too hot to picnic as the table don’t have shade but the view from the roof of the castle is fantastic, a 360° of the surrounding countryside.
In the middle of Kansas is the small town Lindsborg, the Little Sweden of the US. It is small, charming little town with a wonderful main street full of art and Dala horses. When wondering the town make sure to spot all the Wild Dala horses. The real question is, what is a Dala horse?