The last place we visited in Wilber, Nebraska, was the Czech Cemetery. It's located about 1.5 mile to the west from the town centre.
One of the surprises for me was the fact that you drive into the cemetery. :) In the Czech Republic, cemeteries are small and usually surrounded by a wall, so it's impossible to drive in. Another surprise was that there is a list of all people buried in the cemetery available.
So I definitely had to check for my maiden name - and I found seven people with that (quite uncommon) surname buried there! But unfortunately this family wasn't originally Větrovec (or Vjetrovec) - they were Větrovský, so no relation to me. :(
You can find tombstones with tens of Czech surnames in this cemetery - no surprise when there live such many families with Czech roots in Wilber. We walked around the cemetery checking for any surname known to us. The cemeteries in the U.S. are so different from the Czech ones!
And this is the last post about Wilber, I promise. :)