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Can you believe that the early settlers made this small dugout a home for the entire family during the harsh Kansas winters? There is a small parking lot with a short trail back to the field where this dugout is located. A small stream flows...More
Researched the history and found it very interesting. Hard to believe that the family spent two winters in the dugout. It was difficult to find even with a map. We drove past it the first time around.
Should be marked with an historical marker.
Finding it requires effort. The site is not marked. Take Highway K-4 west out of Lindsborg, at 12th Avenue turn north. About ¾ mile on the east side of the road is an “opening.” From this opening you access a grassy parking area that would...More
This is just outside of Lindsborg, but you won't find it if you don't have directions. There is a "map" (sort of) in the visitors guide you can get in town but it is still one of those places you could drive past a million...More
Before you go out there, get the Lindsborg visitor's pamphlet, (Its free and all over downtown) so you can see a map of how to get out there, and read the history of the place while you are looking at it. It is off the...More