Mike "Moose" Dabich explained how he makes homemade cigar box guitars. (Ernie Over photo)
Hudson Daze drew several hundred visitors Saturday
(Hudson, Wyo.) – Hudson Daze drew a nice selection of vendors and visitors Saturday at Gold Star Memorial Park downtown. From book and plant sellers, to jewelry and assorted merchandise, to hand made cigar box guitars and mandolins, several hundred visitors passed through the park by midday. The Hudson Fire Battalion 10 entertained kids who delighted in blowing the horn and activating a siren in one of the battalions fire engines. Specials were also offered at several businesses and the Hudson Baptist Church was on hand giving out snow cones and popcorn.
Photos by Ernie Over. Click to enlarge.
The base of the Gold Star Memorial was a favorite resting place. (EO)
The kids enjoyed the Bouncy House. (EO)
Sydney, Pastor Craig Waters cockatoo, was a favorite attraction. Here Sydney rests on Kaitlyn Griffin’s arm while Jessie Keller provides a neck scratch. (EO)
From across the park. (EO)
A favorite neice smiles with her favorite uncle! (EO)
Jean Mathisen couldn’t resist and bought one of Mike’s creations. “Now I’ll have to learn how to play it,” she laughed.
Mike “Moose” Dabich explained how he makes homemade cigar box guitars. (Ernie Over photo)
Battalion 10 Firefighter Archie Hanson showed three-year-old Kalysta Griffin how to turn on the fire engine’s siren. (EO)