|Topeka's Capitol Dome|
Cedar Crest, the Kansas Governor's Residence in Topeka, is the smallest occupied governor's home but sits on the largest piece of property at 244 acres;
Topeka's Washburn University is the only municipally-owned university in the country;
Lake Shawnee in southeast Topeka is the location of the only fully-staked 400-meter dash rowing course in the world and hosts the annual Great Plains Rowing Championships; and
According to Weird Facts, it is forbidden and/or illegal in Topeka to: drive one's car through a parade, sing the alphabet on the streets at night, have a snowball fight, spit on the sidewalk, own a pit bull, scream at a haunted house, haul a dead chicken across Kansas Avenue, drive cattle through the streets, or install a bathtub.
Now it's time for me to get crackin' on my A to Z Road Trip. I hope to start at #1 and make it through the entire list, including all the random blogs I've already visited. Maybe we'll bump into each other on the information highway!