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Nitrogen is applied before the fall wheat is planted.
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Center pivot irrigation is an important agricultural practice in southwest Kansas.
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Wheat harvest in full swing. That is why Kansas is the "Wheat State"!
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Soybeans add to the diversity of crops grown in Scott County.
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The beauty of the rainbow after a July thunderstorm. A promise from God, remember?
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A Spring prickly pear bloom shines like the sun.
Spring fertilizer and weed control are applied to a wheat field.
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Corn tassels embrace the brilliant blue Kansas sky.
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A soybean leaf expresses the beauty and intricacy of God's creation.
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"O give me a home, where the buffalo roam..." (Photo by Stan Hutchins.)
Choice Black Angus beef are produced for the conscientious consumer.
Sunset on the broad western horizon.
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Pastures light up with the electric pink of June brambles.
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An artichoke blossom in my herb garden.
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The deep and rich russet of the Autumn grain sorghum crop.
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Spring goslings and their parents on Lake Scott. (Photo by Florence Daubert.)
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Lake Scott State Park is a wonderful get-away destination. (Photo by Florence Daubert.)
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Yucca dot the landscape of Scott County. (Photo by Florence Daubert.)
The pasture lands of the Chalk Hills are perfect for grazing. Buffalo grass dominates and nourishes beef cattle.
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Native and cultured flowers dress up a garden border.
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The annual Memorial Day presentation at Scott County Cemetery is presented by the Wood Chapter of the National Honor Society.
Galen Kalbach brings the beauty of his everlastings to the annual Whimmydiddle. Stop by Scott City on the last Saturday in September!
State basketball titles are becoming a nice tradition.
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Yes, it's all about high school football in Scott City!
An herb garden somewhere in Western Kansas.
Published on Monday, 07 March 2011
The Whimmydiddle Arts and Crafts Fair comes to Scott City Park on the last Saturday in September. The annual craft event is named after a wooden toy, the whimmydiddle (Read about it: The Whimmydiddle). A gala event held in the open air of Scott City Park, with over 200 exhibitors from across the United States, the Whimmydiddle crafters and artists arrive with original art, metal working, pottery, crafts in wood, fabric, jewelery, silk and dried flowers. A variety of tempting food concessions entice visitors to eat and take somethink yummy home. This is one of the largest craft shows in Western Kansas; an event not to be missed! Applications for booth space are mailed out in early June each year. The hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in City Park in Scott City, Kansas. Admission is free. A Very Good Thing! Thank you to the Alpha Omega Sorority for making the Whimmydiddle happen.
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