Kansas residents transition into fall
October 6, 2017
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Autumn is former Sen. Nancy Landon Kassebaum Baker's favorite time of year.
It's time for football, jackets and long walks on the prairie, she says.
The fall migration — beginning with the butterflies and following through with thousands of sandhill cranes, ducks and geese — is former Kansas Gov. Mike Hayden's favorite.
And former Gov. John Carlin's favorite? "My first thought: Any field of any good milo with me in the combine, seeing the bin fill up so fast."
Kassebaum Baker, who lives in Morris County, finds "the beauty from different colors of grass and terrain...