Thursday, September 17, 2020

Kansas City Saves The Planet

Here’s an optimistic glimpse at a worthwhile plan from City Hall that focuses on preservation and doesn’t involve the ambitions of Bike/Walk consultant/activists. Read more:

KC Parks Department Plants Seeds of Savings With New Sustainability Plan

Driving east along Gregory Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri, the urban streetscape gives way to Swope Park's rustic Rocky Point glade in the blink of an eye. This wooded expanse off Oldham Road looks much like it has for centuries, predating European settlement to the days when Native Americans thrived here.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...


Nice, too bad none of us can go enjoy that area. BTW are any black people from KC going down to Georgia to the new segregated area they are building for blacks only? Sounds like they have about 900 acres for a city they are going to build for blacks only. The only problem for them is, they still have to obey United States laws, and that means cops coming to your spawn ranch.

Anonymous said...

It is still a great place to suck cock.
I have a regular lair under the cottonwood tree on the right.
Cum and see me.

I will be there until 6.

Anonymous said...

Would be nice to explore, but not without armed security.

Anonymous said...

I went there to plant the seeds I received from China for my Amazon.com fake review. I planted a bunch of corn that will probably turn the local wildlife gay.

Anonymous said...

This is great! Thanks for posting, Tony!