Home, and it’s Lovely Out Here
June 17, 2015 12 Comments
Sometimes we get so involved with all the problems in the world that we forget the good stuff. Yesterday I was chatting with a friend and we were discussing our states, and it struck me that Nebraska is mighty pretty, and I haven’t shared that with you guys for quite a while.
So here you go. Enjoy
One in three of us work in jobs connected with agriculture, as I do.
But we still take pretty good care of the joint, and our feathered friends.
I’ll live and die an old Boiler, but I’ll have to admit it is pretty cool how the whole state stops on Saturday afternoon in the fall.
They’re right, Lincoln is about the friendliest city I’ve ever been to, but it’s too big for me. But this is from a county fair out my way in a town of a bit more than a thousand people.
And that’s all good. but for me this country has always been about long views and far horizons.Willa Cather wasn’t wrong, it can be lonely, sometimes very lonely but, it also gives you perspective on the world and its problems.
By the way, that fancy Victorian house at about 1:50 is Buffalo Bill Cody’s.
Presumably, regular programming will resume tomorrow. 🙂