Discussion in 'Football' started by BigRedMax, Sep 12, 2018.
My mother is from Holdrege. Spent a good amount of time there as a kid.
Pioneer Village is awesome. As a kid in Kearney we got to go there on a field trip in the 5th grade.
It was great when Harold Warp (Founder of Pioneer Village) was alive but once he died his selfish son took over and he doesn't want anything to do with the place. He just wants the money. He won't sink a dime into the place. I hope he doesn't completely ruin it or try to sell it off in pieces.
Sad to hear.
Nebraska visitors from Norfolk originally here on the island last week, with the amazing sisters, Ashly and Amber Denman from guess where...WOOD RIVER, residents here on Cayman with yours truly. They even made homemade Ruzas for everyone.
Come on down, the water is nice.
The beach man, the beach is your room.
Does the name Doris and Wayne Powers ring any bells?
I'm not coming until you take down that ugly Penn State sign.
HMMMMMMM. Let me work on that!
Powers does, but not those names, sorry.
Think he might be trying to play several sides of the fence, lets say you and me recon that place, when they are gone we take down that sign and then it becomes just a Husker Bar.
From what I know of it, that would be for the best, at this point.
really run down.
I haven't been through it in a few years but it's a shame. The museum pieces are still great and there are massive amounts of things to see, but the neglect to the property and facilities as well as neglect for proper staffing and upkeep of the displays is just sad. The hotel and motel on the property are probably what will kill the place just in bad reviews.
My dads ham radio set was asked for and given to the museum (for display) back in 1992 I believe......never went to see it.
Don't even know if they ever put it up?
A belated thanks to all the Nebraska fans who stopped into PDs this last season, we had at least one person for every game, very cool.
Hope to see many more next season, stay warm Huskers!
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