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Day 53 (June 8) -- Boondocking in my third cousin's driveway in Oxford, Michigan tonight. She has a lovely acreage and kindly offered her driveway to us. We've had a nice visit and watched the birds and wildlife in her yard-- a beautiful woodpecker eating the suet and a hummingbird and two or three rabbits and a black squirrel. Sheron and I met online a few years back and she was able to show me my Huyck ...
First off I must point out that you cannot see both places in one day.
The weather forecast was 100% chance of rain by noon tapering to 30% by 4:00 PM. We went to CVS and bought umbrellas. It did not rain a drop.
We spent three and a half hours in the Henry Ford Museum and did not see everything in the museum. What we did see was done way too quickly.
Greenfield needs a whole day to see. We rode one of the ...
... see signs I was making progress:
I met up with Wayne Hatty, who I'd arranged to stay with as he had a good room in the Embassy Suites at Livonia, about 25 miles from the centre of town.
On Thursday we went to the Ford Museum and Greenfield Village together, which was well worth the entry fee. Just a couple of things we saw:
... year to do the same. At the end of the second year, though, Denis stayed on as he had finished school and helped the farmer with additional crops and then the turning of the soil as the last duty before the winter set in. He was permitted to continue living in the little trailer where the family stayed while there and first secured a job in Ridgetown and then one at a tobacco plant ...
... the bush land. Andrew got a drink from a vending machine as there was only toilets and a separate building with the machines. We headed for Chicago and watched it get closer with the tall buildings and skyscrapers coming into view. On arrival we drove along Lake Michigan and went past the baseball field of The White Sox which makes Chicago so famous. We saw Soldiers Field and drove past Field Museum of Natural History before stopping. The photo opportunity ...
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