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A Day on the Flying W Ranch in the Flint Hills
We’ll mosey out to the Flint Hills to the Flying W Ranch owned for generations by the Hoy family. What could be better on a summer morning than a leisurely horse-drawn wagon ride across the Flint Hills? During the ride, Josh and Jim Hoy, who taught the Osher class, Cowboy Culture in Kansas, will talk about the folklore and history of the area and its inhabitants. A mouth-watering chuck wagon lunch will feature brisket, Dutch oven potatoes, homemade bread, a vegetable and cobbler. Jim Hoy will sing cowboy tunes and talk about cowboy culture. This may be the highlight of the summer.
Coach departs Lawrence KU Continuing Education at 8:30 a.m.
Returns approximately 4:30 p.m.
$50 fee includes charter coach transportation, ranch tour and lunch.
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