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From the Editor
Replacing Old Glory for Memorial Day
It just would not be Nebraska
without the wind
This time of year, it can get a little dicey. We are not exactly tornado alley, but we are in the neighborhood.
I keep wanting to have a taller flag pole. Someday, I will get a real flag - something that will make Perkins envious. Something they can see from Hwy 50.
I think Lynn Berner (Founder of BUILD ) kinda had that effect on everyone. She was a huge flag enthusiast. Every 4th of July She would distribute hundreds of small flags that would display in yards all over Louisville to raise the communities spirits.
I even proposed once that Louisville could have the worlds largest American Flag if we wanted to! People could journey from long distances just to see such a marvel. People would be able to have their picture taken, buy a T-Shirt get a corn dog and a bumper sticker. "I saw the worlds largest Flag, Louisville, Nebraska USA" or something like that.
I think I have reached the max height limits for my deck mounted pole at 20 feet. (what was my first clue?)
That Nebraska wind recenltly relocated my flag, ( pole and all ), to my neighbors property and I was depressed that I might have no flag at all to display on Memorial Day
Shredded aluminum pole, tattered flag - no good way to mend or repair - time to replace. Memorial day almost here.
I need to contact the folks at the Legion to get instructions for proper disposal of a distressed flag, I know that they have a respectful method.
I was not even sure of the proper way to fold athe flag into a proper triangle. I was impressed that my wife knew exactly how to do that ( that is a little embarrasing ) she learned in her citizenship studies years ago.
Anyways, everything is back to normal now, Memorial Day saw a brand new flag and pole out front.
Even got that stinken grass mowed..
Bring on the Summer!
Having Fun and Grilling a Steak South of the River