Sunday, June 25, 2006


I'm still obsessing about that bank in Smith Center. And the town itself sounds like heaven to me:

Uniquely centered at the heart of the country is Smith Center, Kansas. We're a hometown-kind-of-place halfway between metropolitan Kansas City and the ski slopes of Colorado. We're a community where people wave to each other and you know your neighbors. We're a place where people still have backyard picnics and main street parades and you feel safe as you take an evening stroll. It's a lifestyle rooted in raising crops, nurturing families, building our communities, and enjoying the open spaces. Natives and visitors alike enjoy the fine fishing and hunting here. Our farm ponds and nearby lakes offer bass, walleye, crappie, and catfish. Our farm fields attract hunters of pheasants, turkeys, ducks, geese, and deer. People take time to stop and smell the sunflowers.

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