Our Daily Sykes #234 – Still In Kansas?

How much might a smart dog like Toto know of Kansas topography? With a good push (like from the hill that Horace Sykes recorded this view) and a few pulls along the way one could coast from Mt. Sunflower, near the Colorado border, to the Verdigris River at the Oklahoma border, and drop 3,360 feet by doing it. By no description is this Mt. Sunflower or Mt. Sunflower a mountain, but it is the highest point in Kansas at 4.039 feet, and the Verigris point the lowest at 679 feet. Here, however, Horace is probably not in Kansas, but - again - somewhere in Washington State's rolling Palouse.

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