Monday, August 20, 2012
This weekend I had an opportunity to be at the Keeper of the Plains in Wichita. Every night they light these amazing fire pots.
I am embarrassed to admit that I have never been there before. Yes, I know, it's awful, but I hadn't. However, now that I've been once, I'll definitely be back.
It was a great experience, made all the better by walking around there with a friend and enjoying the fire pots, the cool rocks, (yes! rocks!) and the statue. This is a very important, sacred site, and I will stop and appreciate that much more on subsequent visits when there are fewer people around.
I am guessing I've probably been in the neighborhood of it when they would have been lighting the fire pots at least a hundred times - probably more - and have never been. Shame on me.
Forgive me Wichita. I didn't know it was that cool. But now I do. And I'll be back.
Don't make the same foolish mistake I made. Go!
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Posted by Patsy Terrell at 4:31 PM