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Atomic Cannon The atomic cannon was a huge piece of ordnance built by the United States in the mid-1950s to hurl nuclear shells far enough that they wouldn't kill the people who fired them.   8 have survived   Junction City, Kansas   Yuma, Arizona  Rock Island Arsenal  Army Ordnance Museum, Aberdeen, Maryland  Atomic Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico  Fort Sill Museum, Oklahoma  Virginia War Memorial Museum, Newport News, Virginia  Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, NY

Atomic Cannon The atomic cannon was a huge piece of ordnance built by the United States in the mid-1950s to hurl nuclear shells far enough that they wouldn't kill the people who fired them. 8 have survived Junction City, Kansas Yuma, Arizona Rock Island Arsenal Army Ordnance Museum, Aberdeen, Maryland Atomic Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico Fort Sill Museum, Oklahoma Virginia War Memorial Museum, Newport News, Virginia Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, NY

Wildflowers in bloom - May 2016 - The Nature Conservancy's Smoky Valley Ranch on The Western Vistas Historic Byway.

Wildflowers in bloom - May 2016 - The Nature Conservancy's Smoky Valley Ranch on The Western Vistas Historic Byway.

Cenotaph at the Fort Wallace Cemetary on the Western Vistas Historic Byway.

Cenotaph at the Fort Wallace Cemetary on the Western Vistas Historic Byway.

Western Kansas Big Basin west of Ashland Kansas in a mile wide sinkhole and 100 feet deep with a smaller basin within, location of St. Jacob's Well.

Western Kansas Big Basin west of Ashland Kansas in a mile wide sinkhole and 100 feet deep with a smaller basin within, location of St. Jacob's Well.

One of the many geological formations found in the Smoky Hill River valley in western Kansas.

One of the many geological formations found in the Smoky Hill River valley in western Kansas.

South of Oakley, Kansas, Monument Rocks aka the Chalk Pyramids are seen in the distance. The rocks have weathered out of the surrounding soil “over millions of years”, according to some people who are talking like they know. I don’t know how long it took for the transformation of the landscape, but the towering rocks are a sight to see!

South of Oakley, Kansas, Monument Rocks aka the Chalk Pyramids are seen in the distance. The rocks have weathered out of the surrounding soil “over millions of years”, according to some people who are talking like they know. I don’t know how long it took for the transformation of the landscape, but the towering rocks are a sight to see!

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