The Czech Presbyterian church sits alone on a hilltop in Saunders County, about 5 miles southwest of Wahoo, Nebraska. Rebuilt in 1928, I was impressed with the simple elegance of the interior. Thought for the Day: "K-I-S-S", keep it simple, stupid.
There is an old Czech Presbyterian church in southwest Saunders County, originally built in 1888 and rebuilt in 1928. Whatever, it's an old church. A friendly and inviting church too, near as I could tell; the doors were unlocked and I helped myself to some interior photos. Very interesting, neat as a pin and obviously … Continue reading Ghosts?
I was at the Saunders County Fair last week to watch my oldest granddaughter compete in three horsemanship events. Between events we would walk around and mingle with the crowd. I was able to catch my youngest granddaughter (3) trying to escape the bright sun under my wife's hat. Mission accomplished! Thought for the … Continue reading Nana’s Hat
One thing I like about county fairs is people watching. All kinds of people, real people show up as themselves. It’s waaay better than WalMart in the sense that fair-goers aren’t trying to make a statement, they are just there to enjoy the festivities. Recently, I went to the Saunders County Fair in Wahoo, Nebraska. … Continue reading County Fair
I was in Wahoo, Nebraska last week, attending the Saunders County Fair, where my granddaughter was competing in three horsemanship events. I like these small-town events because photographers have good access to almost everything. While waiting for my granddaughter's turn at barrel racing, I got up close to the arena fence to take some test shots. This … Continue reading Barrel Racing
I was in Saunders County, looking for the Czech Presbyterian Cemetery. Four miles west of Wahoo, NE, on state hwy 92, then 3 1/2 miles south and a 1/2 mile east. By now, the sun was low in the sky and falling fast. A small sign on the county road directed me down a narrow lane, … Continue reading Country Cemetery
It was a hot muggy July day at the Saunders County Fair Grounds in Wahoo, NE, with threatening thunderstorms that occasionally hid the blinding sun. My 16 year-old granddaughter competed in four events in the 4-H horse show: halter, Western pleasure riding, pole bending and barrel racing. The first event was early morning, and her last … Continue reading Long Day