The beauty of Kansas and the midwest

We traveled south last week for a visit with family in Kansas.  Our route took us off the interstate and along two lane highways and county roads.  It was relaxing and much more interesting than the speed-view when traveling at 70+ miles per hour.  We stopped at small city parks and explored fields of corn and soybeans.  The temperatures were still summer-like but the days are certainly shorter.  The sunsets were beautiful like this one –  fields of flowers and a ball of fire going down over the horizon but still giving its glow and colors to the clouds above.  The field was full of dragonflies and grasshoppers, all in a feeding frenzy before fall and winter’s arrival.  It was a wonderful trip — not just for the scenery but more importantly for the time spent with family.

2 thoughts on “The beauty of Kansas and the midwest

  1. Melinda Cox October 6, 2019 / 5:32 pm

    Makes me think of our adventure And a little one sick for open sky

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    • lindastaatsphoto October 6, 2019 / 7:56 pm

      Yes, I agree Melinda. Some of the very same areas as our adventure of many years ago. Plenty of open sky around here, anytime you need another fix!

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