Wednesday, December 30, 2009

The Henry Ford Museum (P*S*C #23)

It seemed like a great idea to have a museum outing for the younger members of the Lindahl family on the morning of December 24th. And it WAS a great idea! We drove in five vehicles to the Henry Ford Museum in nearby Dearborn, Michigan. This museum is truly a must-see if you are in the area with the expected Ford vehicles, of course, but so much, much more. For instance, you can see the chair where Abraham Lincoln was murdered at the Ford Theatre, the vehicle where President Kennedy was shot in Dallas, the bus where Rosa Parks crossed the racial barriers, the prefab Dymaxion House which was supposed to forever change the prospect of housing needs (it didn't work, however, and only two houses were ever constructed) and the amazing Oscar Meyer Weinermobile! And, just in memory of my Dad, I took pictures of the Edsel Ford car because we actually OWNED one when I was a little girl. Enjoy this mini tour of the musuem from the comfort of your own home...
All 10 cousins were present, with the wonderful additions of Jed and Kari. Did you see them all in the sleigh?

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