David Anderson, a manager at Reverie Coffee and Roasters, shovels ice and snow from the front of the store on East Douglas on Monday afternoon. Asked if he thought this would be the last time for the wintry chore, Anderson said, “I hope so, but this is Kansas.” (March 3, 2014)
David Anderson, a manager at Reverie Coffee and Roasters, shovels ice and snow from the front of the store on East Douglas on Monday afternoon. Asked if he thought this would be the last time for the wintry chore, Anderson said, “I hope so, but this is Kansas.” (March 3, 2014) The Wichita Eagle
David Anderson, a manager at Reverie Coffee and Roasters, shovels ice and snow from the front of the store on East Douglas on Monday afternoon. Asked if he thought this would be the last time for the wintry chore, Anderson said, “I hope so, but this is Kansas.” (March 3, 2014) The Wichita Eagle

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