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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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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!
Louisberg Cider Mill is a mill where they specialize in apple cider, apple doughnuts and a pumpkin patch. You can watch them clean and press the apples to make the cider and fry the doughnuts through a few windows. Another perk is that they have pumpkins for sale at the general store or you can go pick them from the actual pumpkin patch. Every year they have a corn field maze that changes design every year.
Louisberg Cider Mill has been making delicious apple cider this way since 1977 and has earned a spot on the Kansas Historical Society’s website (1).
It is a fun family activity for the family. Plenty of activities for the kids.
(2) all pictures taken by me on my cell phone
My wife before she got lost in the maze. Let me know if you find in there! Could not see much through the maze because the corn was so thick and tall.
My wife leading us before I went a different route.
My view of the exit but no wife in site!
A view going in to the maze where the kid area and pumpkin patch are located.
A view of the old fashion store and doughnut case of apple cider doughnuts. Worth the trip alone! They even sell their own cider cold or warm.