This was another unbelievable 74 degree day in Seward, NE. Elaine got to the Beauty Shoppe for a permanent this afternoon which helped as much to make her feel better, as the medicine. After picking her up, we went down and bought groceries on the way home.While she was gone, I was able to get a short nap and cleaned some extra paper out of an insurance file. We paid another 6 months of liability insurance on our '92 Buick La Sabre. We had earlier decided to give it a new home within the next few months. It is still a good car and would make someone a good school car or a 25year old "classic".
I looked out the bathroom window after we finished our supper and noted the sun setting behind the Seward County Courthouse. I walked outdoors, set the telescopic feature of my camera, rested it on the fence, and snapped this picture. If the tree branched weren't distracting the view, you might be able to tell time on the lighted clock. In 1952 and 1993, I had the opportunity to take pictures out of the little windows just below the little dome. Our Soil Conservation office was in the Courthouse in 1952 and took 35mm Kodachrome slides which are still in good shape.