We headed over to northeastern Kansas this weekend, looking for fall color. Instead we got rain, but the day we arrived it was sunny, and I got a few good pictures.
The first two photos were taken near Douglas State Fishing Lake which was drained last year for dam maintenance.
The third was taken at the crest of a hill where a sign indicated the slightly historically significant Signal Oak once stood.
This image shows the sign that explains the story of the Signal Oak.
And speaking of signals … I found this other sign, showing that in a state with a rich political history, Kansas citizens continue to be outspoken.