...when you get to put your polarizing filter back on.
The rain and snow flurries have ceased, and so too the unmerciful wind. Driving yesterday was such a work out and in the end the wind won. That and seeing a big rig that got blown off the highway into the center median strip, spewing grass and mud out onto the oncoming traffic lanes and he himself buried deep to the axles in the rain softened grass, that was enough. We called it a day early on camping at an Army Corps Engineers campground at the base of the dam (which provided some shelter from the wind) at Wilson reservoir in north central Kansas. In spite of the cold howling wind someone insisted on going out. Fool! It didn't last long.
The next morning the wind died back to a stiff breeze yet it is still very cold. And I see locals going about their business in short sleeves! Leaving camp I read this sign and thought it interesting.
And here is an example of the fencing.
Right now we're in the little town of Lucas, Kansas where they lay claim to the worlds largest decorated dinner plate among other folk art creations in town.
Ladies, you can thank me now for sparing you more old motorcycle photos from yesterday's museum.