Drifts were piled high Monday at the Millershaski farm in western Kansas.
Drifts were piled high Monday at the Millershaski farm in western Kansas. Gary Millershaski Courtesy photo
Drifts were piled high Monday at the Millershaski farm in western Kansas. Gary Millershaski Courtesy photo

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