Monday, August 15, 2011


After Denver, we headed east on I-70 toward Kansas City.  To get to KC though, you have to go through the rest of Kansas.  I was expecting Kansas to be really boring and flat, with amber waves of grain as far as the eye could see.  It wasn't as flat as I expected, there were lots of rolling hills and cattle farms.  The landscape wasn't varied like Montana or Oregon, which made driving hard. 

Along the way, we kept passing signs for the "Oz Museum" in Wamengo, and what better place to see the Oz Museum than Kansas?  Not only did Wamengo boast the Oz Museum, but it also had the Oz Winery, Toto's Tacos, a Yellow Brick Road, and a hair salon called "The Scissors of Ahhhhhz".  Unfortunately, being a Sunday evening, all of these places were closed, so we stopped and took pictures.
Toto's Tacos

Follow the Yellow Brick Road

Don't mess with Texas?  Heck, don't mess with Kansas!

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