14-May-2019 -- My final visit to a Degree Confluence Point during this vacation was to this interesting point in Kansas, just 230 feet South of a rural road that runs along the Nebraska-Kansas State Line. Visiting this point was a reminder that the boundaries between US states (like the boundary between the US and Canada) often follow lines of latitude and longitude (though in a different, earlier datum than WGS84).
The point lies in long grass (not farmed or grazed), next to a flimsy wire fence that seems to mark the property boundary with the residences just to the East.
Of course, being so close to a State Line (marked by a road), I had to use my drone to take a bird’s eye view of the point. Rather than take off from the point itself - which is just inside private property - I took off from the middle of the road, with one half of my drone being in Nebraska, and the other half being in Kansas.
Here is a remote-controlled aerial video of this confluence point.