I spotted this attractive
in a front yard.
This is a quiet and peaceful town.
From top to bottom, that's an old abandoned building, the former Kanorado Cash Store and Town Hall.
Old Photos From My Visit To Kanorado In December 2000
I got a photo of the "Welcome to Kansas" sign.
During this visit, I went to the post office and to my surprise, the locals were
having a Christmas party at the post office. That was fun!
I was standing by the west side of town and looking west. I would estimate somewhere past that tractor
is the Colorado border.
This was a neat experience. While mingling at the post office party,
I spoke of how the museum across the street was closed. Well, this friendly local told me she had a key to get in there,
and so we visited the museum! Kanorado is definitely a friendly town.
In the top right photo,
I actually jumped inside the 100-year-old caboose. Also, I was told the structure in the bottom photo was a
temporary holding cell for criminals in the old days. Wow!
I had the honor to meet Hazel Estes, the mayor and chief
executive of the greatest town in all of Kansas! I actually drove to
Goodland to meet her where she works. I appreciated her spending some time
in conversation with me. Thank you Hazel! :)