Title: 100 Things to Do in Kansas Before You Die
Author: Roxie Yonkey
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Kansas is nicknamed “The Sunflower State,” “The Wheat State,” and “The Breadbasket of the World.” In Kansas, rural and urban come together in a fascinating mix. From the bright lights of Kansas City and Wichita to the star-strewn skies above the Flint Hills, beautiful Kansas will captivate you. Journey across Kansas’s endless horizons with the fascinating handbook, 100 Things to Do in Kansas Before You Die. Sing “Home on the Range” at the cabin where the song was born and watch the buffalo roam at Maxwell Wildlife Refuge. You’ll never forget the glorious sound of thousands of cranes singing at Cheyenne Bottoms. Soar above the skies in Wichita, the Air Capital of the World, and with Amelia Earhart in Atchison. Find out why you like Ike at the Eisenhower Library in Abilene. Adventurous cyclists should grind gravel during Emporia’s 200-mile bicycle race or ride across the state for two weeks during Biking Across Kansas in June. Discover natural wonders like Monument Rocks, giant marine fossils, and the Arikaree Breaks, the Canyons of Kansas.
Local author Roxie Yonkey is your navigator from Route 66 to the Santa Fe Trail, ready to show the ropes to locals and visitors alike. Whether you’ve never trod the Road to Oz, or whether Kansas is your No Place Like Home, you need this guidebook.
For some 28 years, Kansas was the state I drove through to get to Colorado, the home of the rival Jayhawks (I am a proud Mizzou grad) and the place an 18-year-old Missourian could buy beer back in 1965. However,
Author Roxie Yonkey will be signing her best-selling book 100 Things to Do in Kansas Before You Die at the Flint Hills Discovery Center, 315 S. Third, Manhattan, from 1-4 p.m. on November 5. Buy a book at the discovery
Author Roxie Yonkey will be signing her book 100 Things to Do in Kansas Before You Die from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at Paisley Pear Wine Bar, Bistro, and Market, 1100 Main. Buy a book at Paisley Pear or
Kansans looking to explore the Sunflower State may find some new ground to cover thanks to Roxie Yonkey, a travel writer based out of Goodland, who stopped by Manhattan’s Flint Hills Discovery Center Friday.
Roxie Yonkey believes Kansas can be considered a must-see destination for tourists. You just have to know where to look. In her new book, 100 Things To Do In Kansas Before You Die, Yonkey, from Goodland, shares some of her