[KANSAS FLINT HILLS] — Out in the middle of Kansas lies the Flint Hills, hundreds of thousands of acres of treeless, rolling hills with few fences and even fewer people, houses or signs of man. For generations these hills have remained the same, the soil to thick with rocks and limestone, they’ve never been plowed.
Some of those thousands of acres have been preserved in the National Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, owned by the Nature Conservancy and co-managed with the National Park Service, you can visit the original homestead house and walk its open lands. See some buffalo and feel the wind. It is almost zen like in it’s emptiness and calm. You should go here.
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