If you like to kayak, Shawn Tolivar will find you. When the central Missouri native, who's now president of the Kansas Whitewater Association, bought his first kayak after moving to the KC area, he realized he'd forgotten something: where to use the damned thing. "I followed people with kayak stickers on their cars and waited for them to pull over," Tolivar admits. Now, though, watersport seekers can just check www.kansaswhite water.org. According to a recent survey by the Kansas Department of Parks and Wildlife, kayaking is the fastest-growing outdoor sport in the Sunflower State. The Bowersock Dam, on the Kansas River, underneath the bridge that connects downtown and north Lawrence, generates rapids for KWA members to paddle through. Sure, members travel to other states for more adrenaline-fueled trips, but for quick jaunts, they know the truth: There's no place like home.