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Neosho Falls Riverside Park - Entrance - This is entrance to Riverside Park. The left column reads Silver Creek Bridge - This is the Silver Creek Bridge in Cowley County (bridgehunter.com), a beautiful two-span stone arch bridge built in 1890. Cowley County is home to at least 17 stone arch bridges. Leavenworth First City Mural - Bicycle tourists pose beneath the 'First City' mural in Leavenworth, Kansas. The mural depicts 'Buffalo Bill', an early lawman in what was the first city incorporated in the state of Kansas. Southwind Rail Trail - Road Crossing - This is a typical road crossing on the Southwind Rail Trail, with bollards to keep out motor vehicle traffic. Road traffic has right-of-way. Neosho Falls Riverside Park - Restrooms - Not the most modern restroom facilities, but they appear to be relatively clean and well-kept. There is also a water hydrant (not sure if the water is potable or not).
Douglas State Fishing Lake - Wildflowers - Wildflowers bloom in profusion at Douglas State Fishing Lake. Here are some signs, as well as a view of one of the restroom facilities in the background. Lake Fort Scott - Designated Camping Area - This sign identifies the Designated Camping Area at Lake Fort Scott. Camping at the lake is allowed only in this area. The lake, picnic shelter, and restrooms are shown in the background. Leavenworth State Fishing Lake - Entrance Sign - This is the entrance sign at the eastern end of Leavenworth State Fishing Lake. The entrance road is paved on the east end of the lake; gravel on the western end. Santa Fe Safari Campground - Tent Area - This is the tent camping area at the Santa Fe Safari Campground in Chanute, Kansas. There is a picnic table, electricity, water, and ample grass for pitching a tent. Pottawatomie State Fishing Lake No. 1 - Entrance Sign - This is the entrance sign at Pottawatomie State Fishing Lake No. 1, with the lake visible in the background. There are designated camping areas around most of the perimeter of the lake.

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