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Many of the links and such will have information on recent trips and events. I have traveled in Europe for the past few years and plan to do so again here in 2011.  Also I will be attending the Kansas Relays again in April along with the 50's guys reunion Labor Day. The Corvette is still the 08 and I plan on keeping it until the new one comes out in 2013. This should be a very interesting year with the slow down in the economy and a new president.  One can only hope for the best.

However, from time to time I could be anywhere. If something interesting comes about, it will be listed on this page.

Ray Wyatt, 1957 Big 7 Indoor Track Championship
Born 5/11/36 in Topeka, Kansas. I attended Highland Park High school from 1950 through 1954. I attended the University of Kansas from 1954 through 1958. After graduation I joined the National Guard and served eleven years. I was married in 1967 and divorced in 1969. I spent the 34 years working at the Boeing Company in Wichita, Kansas where I had moved to shortly after graduating from college. Now, as I am retired, I have the time to do the things I didn't have time to do before.
I will be using this page to reflect changes and some idea what are on each of the pages. I intend to keep my home page current to reflect things that are going on in my life.

If any one is wanting to get in touch with me, my email address is




I have a new page called "FUN" something I can use to amuse myself. There is nothing of importance but something old Ray can play with.

I added a new page on collecting indian relics. I will probably add another concerning the Mill Creek area that is rich in indian history.

As I stated above, I attended the University of Kansas. While there I pledged Delta Chi Fraternity. I went to school on an athletic scholarship for track. Since leaving the university I have kept in touch with old track teammates and we meet each year at the Kansas Relays.


The trip to Mexico City was over Christmas and New Years, 2002 and2003. I had not been back to Mexico City for over twenty years and was pleased in seeing all the new construction after the 1985 earthquake. Mexico City is not an expensive place to visit and there is a lot to do. The weather when we were there was great, especially after leaving Kansas. We never wore a jacket and never really got cold. Pictures of the trip are on my album site, if you don't have the link email me and I will send it to you.




After waiting twenty years to revisit Mexico City, in 2004 I made the trip back. A lot has changed in the past twenty years, expecially all the new construction that has occured since the earthquake in 1985. It is a beautiful city with many things to visit and see. If any of you haven't taken the opportunity to visit I recommend you do so.

Pictures of the trip can be found on the LINK page

Photo Album with pictures of the trip to Turkey can be found on the LINK page.