A couple weeks ago, I met my mom in Michigan and we went to the Henry Ford/Greenfield Village in Dearborn, MI. I love this place- I have a lot of childhood memories from when I was younger, so it's really awesome to take my kids there now. Here are some photos from the trip. Enjoy :)
There was a "Wizard of Oz" exhibit in the museum- this was a part of the Kansas part of it.
I'm sad Ben hasn't been here yet, because there is SO MUCH about planes!
"My bologna has a first name..." This particular wiener mobile is from 1952- my mom says that's a good year... :)
More at the OZ exhibit.
A REAL LIFE turn table. Grant loved the train yard... weird... I know.
Waiting in line for the wicked old carousel.
Old glass... cool.
I love two things about this picture- 1: the spinning wheel and 2: the way the window is propped open. Pretty awesome.
This is the OLDEST windmill in the United States.
And what a great way to end the day - going back to the Oz Exhibit and watching a little bit of the movie in this awesome red arm chair.
We LOVE this place and you should check it out too!!!