Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home. Dorothy clicked her heels 3 times to reiterate that thought and it took her back to Auntie Em’s. So I felt like a homestyle quilt block was in order for the 2nd half of the Wamego post. But since the hubster is up for surgery #4 tomorrow, it’s going on the backburner til later. But I will add it to my mini quilt project plan.
Late in the day here so I present the later half of my photo collection from Wamego, Kansas and hope to have the quilting ready for next post.
My favorite character was the Tin Man and I was glad to see him peekin’ out of that window there. In case you missed the prior post on the Wizard of Oz museum, click here.
Once a music hall, this is now theatre, museum and art center. I’m sorry I didn’t get a good clear view of the flyers on the window. The best I could tell is the center one said “Circus” and possibly ‘Freak Show’ underneath.
The plus is that this building is still in use.
In it’s 134th year. Current building (sanctuary) erected in 1908. And that’ll do it for me this week. Stop in at Norm 2.0 for more doors from all over. Thanks Norm for hosting!