You must see this. Abilene, Kansas is home to the Greyhound Hall of Fame.
Dedicated to the greyhound racing dogs, this complex has a theater, meeting rooms, a museum and the Greyhound Hall of Fame displays. Outside we admired this statue of a greyhound.
Inside we will be met by retired racing greyhounds. One of the former greyhound greeters, Jade, is buried here.
But, let’s go inside. Gary, one of the greyhound greeters, rushed to meet us. He expects and receives much attention, much petting and much love. We had so much fun playing with Gary and Ginger, the other greeter dog.
Now, Gary decides it is time for a rest.
When you visit here, you will be invited to watch a short movie in the theater. We thought the movie was interesting and informative. This is from the movie.
While racing the greyhounds chase a mechanical device, now based on a windsock.
One of the devices is in the Greyhound Hall of Fame. It’s pretty comfortable for two small ducks. We saw many photos of racing dogs. And read much information about greyhound racing. This was a nice museum and Hall of Fame. Before leaving we wanted to see Gary and Ginger again. They had been so nice and friendly when we came in. But, wait. Ginger???
That was scary. Especially for Soapy Smith Duck.
But Ginger was just playing. No harm, just an experience to add to Soapy’s many stories. When in Abilene, Kansas, please visit Gary and Ginger and browse through the Greyhound Hall of Fame. Also, across the street, is the Presidential Library and Museum of former US President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Abilene, Kansas is a nice town with interesting things to see. When driving on I-80, stop in Abilene, KS and enjoy the Greyhound Hall of Fame and the Eisenhower Presidential Library.