Number 9 Back in the good
ol, wet ol days.
Number 8 Small,
new and well done.
Number 7 Let's
Harvest the old way, up hill both ways.
The Marching Blue Jay.
Jerry Wehkamp Hanger
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This is a really tough location. It was brought to me by Gene
Benton. It was taken in the late 80's. Good luck and
once again I am making this a two hat location.
has been real close to this one but is not there yet. Here is
a hint that should help. "Sometimes the low way is not the
right way." Congratulations to Tom. He finally
figured it out.
looking south on Hi-way 23. The shelterbelt is just to the
North of the old Hagen place now owned by Tony Weber. The
field covered in water is Ritchie Addison's hay field.
(8) This is a tough one. Look far
into the background for a clue. Also, this view is towards the
north/northeast. Good luck and two caps for this one. Steve
Unruh figured this one out several days ago but I waited to see if
anyone else would figure it out as well. It is Ritchie Addison's
new small feedlot south and west of town.
(7) This is an easy one. Get your free
hat, just let me know where this antenna is located. I
guess if you drive by this every day you should be able to guess
it. (Just kidding Dave) Dave Bryan is the winner of the free
cap. This tower is found at Blattners just south of town a mile.
(6) I have felt I was being pretty easy with
the mystery pictures but have had some problems figuring it out.
Here is one I know will be found. Let me know where it is and there
will be a free hat for you. Judd
Yeager found the site. It is just North of the Conant storage
(5) I remember when I was
a senior and we marched
(yes children, we marched in parades, and
believe it or not at football games too)
in the Pancake Day Parade
in Liberal. This blue jay won the best float trophy.
The pancake officials claimed we were cooking pancakes from the
pot that used to hang from its forward talon. Of course
everyone knows that we were letting our beans
"Simmer On". I had always
wondered what happened to our blue jay that always preceded our
marching bands, but no longer. Can you tell me where this
is? Be first to let me know and you will win a free cap.
By the way, the
above story must be correct because Denis Wallace remembers it
the same as I do. That of course makes it pretty much a
lock with Denis and I agreeing.
I was called this
A.M. (10/13) by Chris Beery with the location of the the mystery
picture. Then by Email last night, Heather Busch called
with the location, so once again we have two winners.
Congratulations ladies. The location is the barn in the
back of Gus Pacific's back yard. Be sure and check it out
but remember, it is on private property.
We have our second
winner of number 4. Janis Roberts, as well as Ron Hoskinson,
found the location. It is on the bottom map above. It is
located on the old Jerry Wehkamp farm.
(4) I feel this should be easy for many of
you. I don't expect this to last long. Good luck.
Yes, it was probably too
easy. Ron Hoskinson has found the site. However, I am going
to give another hat to the next person to find the mystery
picture. Congratulations Ron.
(3) This should be easy to narrow down
but you must have the exact tree. Be the first to figure it out
and once again, a free hat will be yours.
No winner of the tree picture.
It is located just behind the row of houses 1/2 block west of the east
city limits on the north side of highway 50.
We finally have our winner. Steve Unruh has won the hat.
This old grain bin is located one mile east of Jeff and Chandra Bogner's
home (Two in the map above). I will have the new Mystery location loaded soon.
(2) You can find these all over the
place but this one is unique. Find it and let me know and a free
hat is yours.
Congratulations to Chuck Hoskinson and Dennis Rohrbaugh on figuring
out the first mystery location below. It is located one road west of Doc
Addison's house and then south (One on the map above). Check it out if you are in the
(1) This is not your normal country
drive in these parts. Contact me with the location and win a free