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Kansas wildlife secretary at odds with lawmaker over transfer of deer permits

Joel Wimer believes state officials are impeding tourism with restrictions on deer-hunting permits.He operates the C&W Ranch southwest of Salina, where operations include outfitting and guiding hunters across 6,000 acres.”The greatest benefits that we can provide out-of-state fee hunters is a rewarding hunting experience on varied terrain over a 70-mile radius, and comfortable bed and breakfast lodging for gentleman hunters,” Wimer said.Rep. Ken Corbet, R-Topeka, introduced legislation on
— Read on www.cjonline.com/news/20190224/kansas-wildlife-secretary-at-odds-with-lawmaker-over-transfer-of-deer-permits

KTWU’s Sunflower Journeys

Sunflower Journeys which airs on KTWU on Thursday nights documents the History and culture of small Kansas towns. Each episode covers three short stories about people in the community and the communities history.  Shows like this are educational and great for families. If you love history and/or love to travel this is the show for you. Some of the towns featured have only a few hundred people but I would like to visit to see some of the businesss’ they feature. They have featured a brewery based 

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5 Kansas Small Town Restaurants That Remind You Of Grandma

Only in Your State wrote an article pertaining to restaurants that remind you of grandmas cooking. All of the restaurants mentioned are in small towns. Many of them serve comfort food / meat and potatoes. If you are into that kind of food than bone appetit!

Lake Wabunsee Pre Lake Photo

It’s an early view of the construction of Lake Wabaunsee (in Alma County) taken by Alma, Kansas photographer Gus Meier in the late summer of 1934. In this view, looking east, one can see the lake caretaker’s house under construction with the stonework complete but the rafters and roof had yet to be built. At the right, one can see the original barracks buildings which housed workers of the Kansas Economic Relief Committee’s Transient Camp. In the foreground one can see the lake bed which has been graded smooth. When this view was taken, work on the dam had not yet begun. Close examination of the view reveals the huge stacked piles of firewood behind the barracks which workers had cut when preparing the site and which were used to heat the buildings in the complex.

Today’s photo comes to us courtesy the Kansas State Historical Society and http://www.kansasmemory.org. It is included in the Gus Meier photos donated to the KSHS in 1967 by McFarland native, Dwayne “Bud” Wertzberger after the death of his aunt Mary Meier, the Alma photographer’s wife. (1)

1. Email received June 9

Wild Game Back Strap Recipe

Griffins Guide posted a video for a recipe that looks good.

In Pursuit of Kansas Whitetails

Movement caught my eye a hundred yards to the North as a feeding deer materialized through the tree limbs and brush. The buck raised his head and my heart skipped a beat. It was the big nine. I slowly reached for my bow as the big buck continued to feed,

http://huntforever.org/2015/02/25/in-pursuit-of-kansas-whitetails/