Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Overnight in Kansas

I've been way behind on posting to the Memoryroads blog, but will begin posting more often as well as going back to fill in some of the recent past.

However, I have just left Omaha where I participated in a dual exercise combining efforts of Team Rubicon and Habitat for Humanity.  I stopped for an overnight break in a wayside park across from the Kansas Wetlands Educational Center on Rt. 156.  It is a beautiful view overlooking the Cheyenne Bottom Lands  which is the largest marsh in the United States and an absolute necessity for migratory birds!

It was cool this morning to say the least, and very very windy last night, but this morning, skies are clear and the sun is out.  A good day!

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