Sonja and I traveled to Cozad, during a recent trip to remember a friends Dad who passed. Quilt shops were on the menu here while I did some shots at the old train depot.
Interesting sign about the 100th Meridian, which shows even in the 1866 Congress took boondoggles.
Nebraska State Fair...yikes, they didn't tell me about this ride on the ol' dragon.
It didn't get much better on the second trip around.
James Bose, Royce's son, working at the Beef Plate diner, Harlan County Cattlemen's shift to work.
As we were leaving the Fair the aerialists were performing. Obviously pictures got out of order in download.
Part of the Harlan County Extension booth at the Fair.
Some of the top State Quilts
Re purposing a baby crib
With the price of hay this is a pretty expensive plane.
Even hungrier kid, who didn't have to wait for the tourists to feed him.
Info on Patriot Trucks, Lincoln, NE
Patriot Trucks made in Lincoln NE, We could have been the Detroit of the Plains. Pretty basic truck.
This was a pod that you stuck on anything, strarafoam crates, pizza boxes, red solo cups, and it turned it into a pretty good speaker for your ipod etc.
Of course John Deer had their presence hauling people around. After all it is Nebraska...
At the Texas State Fair we had pigs made of butter. This is Bush Baked beans.
This pix and following is the vine lady who posed all around the Fair. She would stand next to buildings blending in, you couldn't see her at all.
One year a kid kicked the stilt out from under her and the gal was injured.