The Henry Ford
 

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June 3rd, 2014              

    Drew's class took a field trip to The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village on Tuesday, June 3rd. I was able to go with him as his chaperone today, and while I was excited to learn that I would not be responsible for any other children, I'm not sure Drew shared my enthusiasm. I was looking forward to spending the day with Drew, which is what we did, but I later learned that he would have been happier spending the day with his friends from school. I guess next time I should stay home and either let someone else chaperone, or let him hang out with one of his friends and their parents instead...

    We started out inside the museum, where we briefly met up with one of our friends, Becky, whose son was also on a field trip to The Henry Ford today. We didn't spend as much time inside the museum as I would have liked, but I attempted to let Drew choose where we wandered throughout the day. We did cover quite a bit of territory inside the museum, we just didn't spend much time in each area.

The Henry Ford Museum

Drew reclining in a mockup of an old fashioned airplane cabin.

Drew sitting in the actual seat that Rosa Parks was sitting in when she was arrested for refusing to move to the back of the bus.

Drew standing with the Oscar Mayer Weiner Mobile.

Drew posing as a hot dog, with his two favorite toppings - ketchup and relish!

Drew standing beside a kitchen from the 1930's...

...as well as one from the 1890's.

Drew standing alongside a model home used by the Ford family to aid in decorating their actual home near Savannah, Georgia.

A "Partio Barbeque Cart" used by Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Drew looking at the actual chair that Abraham Lincoln was shot in.

A Model T automobile showing the various parts.

Some fast-food paraphernalia.

A classic 1956 Chevrolet Belair in front of an old McDonald's Hamburgers sign.

Lamy's Diner.

Drew standing in front of the 1896 Ford Quadricycle Runabout.

Drew in front of...

...and inside a giant steam locomotive.

Drew standing in front of a Ford race car.

Drew looking at a giant model railroad setup.

Drew pointing to himself on the TV, which was shown from the point of view of one of the trains.

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