What do you think should be included on a tour of Kansas?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on May 27, 2006
“The Flint Hills and the Quivira National Wildlife Refuge, but the Garden of Eden in Lucas has got to be Number One.”
“Lawrence should be the only stop. It has great restaurants, great art and a great diversity of people. If you go west, it’s all the same.”
“The Capitol building, the KU campus, the wetlands on the Nebraska border, the Flint Hills and the historical homes tour here in Lawrence.”
“If you’re going to take a tour through Kansas, you should go to the Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka Museum.”