St. Margaret's Church was built in 1908 and was restored in the 1990's. It was built as an Anglican Church. I met Michael Truman (who contributes posts to this blog) through a post I did on this place a few years ago. In my initial post I saw this place at dusk and I was in a hurry. I did not spend much time here as I was losing daylight. I remarked that I thought the restoration job made the place too new. It was not a criticism, just an offhand comment.
Michael Truman contacted me and gave me some background on this place. Michael has devoted a lot of hours volunteering his time making this place look as good as it does. Through him I got a great appreciation of what it took to restore this historical spot on the prairie. It is a beautiful spot and it looks perfect. To fully appreciate it you have to see it in person. I would like to thank Michael Truman for being a tour guide on September 1, 2018.
I had to add a sunflower that is at St. Margaret's. Fall is coming and I have hardly seen any sunflowers this year. So I should have at least one post with a sunflower.