St. John’s Lutheran Church – N. of Ellis, KS 1921
This beautiful church is located on a blacktop road north of Ellis county. Built in 1921, it offers Sunday school at 9:30 and worship at 10:30.
No plumbing, his and hers outhouses.
I had been wanting to return to a little town where I happened across a closed school that was advertising “America’s Best Steaks”. I stopped and being a “beef connoisseur” I only purchased a couple of pounds of hamburger and two filets. They were amazing! I knew I would be making a trip back. Bogue, KS is 137 miles from home, so there is a lot to see on the way.
Rocks, pond and prairie south of Wilson Lake
First log cabin home in Russell County, KS
❤️️ the hay bale flag
I found Paradise!! Now if I could only locate the Fountain of Youth!
Built in 1938 the limestone water tower is a historic Works Progress Administration project.
This area of Kansas grows a lot of corn.
Beautiful barn, I haven’t noticed many with hay hooks hanging.
America’s Best Steaks!! Dry aged angus beef. SO good! America’s Best Steaks will ship if you can’t make it to Bogue, KS. Their steaks are wonderful, trust me……(comments a former vegetarian!)
Couldn’t resist a stop at Al’s Chickenette in Hays on the way home. The restaurant opened in 1949. Wylie is waiting patiently (not really) for a bite a chicken. Here’s a link to their website.
Coronado Heights is a hill, near Lindsborg, KS, that rises 300 feet above the Smoky Hill River valley. The castle was constructed in 1932 by the Works Progress Administration. The sandstone Dakota formation holds many fossils that date back millions of years.
Coronado Heights has a beautiful mix of wildflowers (they weren’t in bloom yet, I’ll be back!) Yucca, spiderwort and butterfly milkweed are some of the wildflowers.
St. Anthony Catholic Church – 1900 Schoenchen, KS
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It’s that time of year, to go mushroom hunting. There are numerous spots around Kansas that one can usually find some morels. Although if you are like me, there are never enough. I love morels!
Here are some mushrooms we have in Kansas, we even have a state park named after them!
A link to the park website: Mushroom State Park