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Friday, April 24, 2009

* Are There Any Mountains in Kansas?

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7 comments:

urbangardens said...

I love this post because I love to hike. If you ever have the chance, hike around St. George, Utah, in the red rock country, the colors are extraordinary and the foliage is amazing.

Alison Kerr said...

Utah, now that is a whole lot different from Kansas! I have wonderful memories of the red rocks contrasted with green foliage at Zion National Park.

Glad you liked the post urbangardens. Thanks for visiting :-)

mygreenside said...

What a wonderful post and a lovely blog! I was directed here from the Problogger 31 Day Challenge and am so glad I came. I will be back often to see what you're up to!

Wendy

Alison Kerr said...

Hi Wendy, I'm glad you stopped by to visit. Thanks for the lovely comment; it's encouragement like this that keeps me writing :-)

Ruralmama said...

We mainly go hiking in the state forest, which has no mountains but is beautiful. Especially when the prairie flowers are in full bloom and you have to madly run around identifying them.

Alison Kerr said...

"Especially when the prairie flowers are in full bloom and you have to madly run around identifying them."

This image made me LOL! Thanks for sharing Ruralmama.

clairesgarden said...

the Campsie Fells are right where I live, they make the best view!

 
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