prairie overload

We have arrived at the place I affectionately refer to as The Little House on the Prairie, which is southwestern Kansas, for Ken’s 40th HS reunion.   It’s a small, small town west of Greensburg, which is where we go tomorrow with Ken’s aunt & uncle to view tornado damage.  By the time we return to the Big City on Sunday, I will be in major cultural deprivation mode, and will need a day to deprogram from nothing but acres and acres of wheat, cattle feedlots, and too much small town gossip.  Fortunately, I have good books and Ken has fun relatives, so all will be well.


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