Rain, thunder, lightning
Grey days with oh so low skies
Sunlight, how precious
|L-R: Teddy, Sloane and Lexi,|
with Lexi's beautiful new kitten
(who has the biggest feet I ever saw on a kitty)
|The money earned from selling plants, clothes, jewelry, etc. allows|
the donation based yoga studio to carry on. Very cool.
|The painting on the floor is of Sloane and Teddy, by Sloane|
The owner, behind the desk, was as nice as everyone else we met.
Kansas has a lot of really friendly people, just so you know.
|A good turn out from the opening bell.|
Ok, there was no opening bell.
|I was given permission to take photos as long as the artist,|
Brooke Drescher, was given credit, which I'm very happy to do.
I love her work!
|I love the limestone and design.|
All I could discover history wise was that it was build in 1897.
I want more!!
|There isn't a bad angle on this building|
|Too bad the Burnap Bros. have lousy taste in signage|
|A pigeon family gathering|
|Just a cool thing|
|And another really cool thing! I'd love to have one of these at home.|
|Maybe my favorite flag that I saw honoring John McCain|
|A perpetually open gate|
|All the expected garden goods and sunflowers (see cut stalk) too.|
|I don't know if this really was just removed or|
if it's an arty bit. Either way, I like it.
|Another beckoning open gate|
|Some pretty adorable peppers|
|I just liked the color and light contrast|
|A lot of yum and attention to details|
|Who knew there were wetlands in Kansas?|
Or that they would build a road right through the middle of it?
|A nice stop in a park, where I got a water fix|
|Limestone. I've always really liked it, maybe because it reminds me of coral.|
|I only caught the tail end of this car, one of three oldies but goodies|
|G'mornng, darling girl|
|No, I'm not getting the ball AGAIN, Kobie!|