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There isn’t a soul left in Kanona.
— Read on m.hpj.com/content/tncms/live/
The steady drop is expected to accelerate in coming years, threatening the much-lauded model through which the U.S. has paid for conservation.
— Read on www.npr.org/2018/03/20/593001800/decline-in-hunters-threatens-how-u-s-pays-for-conservation
What place are people dying to get into? What place holds the most secrets that only the living can tell? Cemeteries are one of the most fascinating places to visit. The stories that they hold number in the millions.
*Trip price includes lunch.*
This tour will b on Saturday, June 23. We will pickup at 10:00 am at Wyldwood Cellars Winery Outlet at 22936 Grapevine Road outside of Paxico, off of Exit #333 on Interstate 70. We will return you to your cars at the winery at 2:30 pm.
On this tour, you will visit 4 cemeteries in 3 counties. These will include Maple Hill, Uniontown, Louis Vieux, and Cholera cemeteries. Depending on the time, there might be holders of the stories telling us the lives of the ones no longer above ground.
We will stop for lunch at Fulmer’s Kansas Premium Meats and Eatery in Belvue, KS.
Travel Kansas posted locations of historic churches and shrines in Kansas.
Only In Your State published an article about the restaurants. Council Grove is a small town but lots of character. It is your typical middle America small town. Walking/hiking trails with waterfalls. It is also a very historic town with ties to bleeding Kansas and the American civil war.