Oh, he wasn’t one. Henry Ford was…um…
“Henry Ford was an American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique of mass production.”
Anyways, the reason for this randomness was because I was going to tell you, on President’s Day my family went to the Henry Ford Museum. 😀 No relation to it being President’s Day. Anyways…
I took a LOT of pictures, so get ready! I would just split them all up into a few different posts, but I never have the commitment to finish a series. *Remembers all of the unfinished post series and smacks head on table*
Is it just me, or is this car kind of cute?
(My mom’s name is Jen…:)
Okay, isn’t this just so. nice?! This guy wearing a fishing hat let my brother and I pose for a picture with him! And we don’t even know him! 😀
We had an…interesting, to say the least, experience on the invisible carousel. It was so fast, I couldn’t even see the people in front of me!! Wait…
And this was, appropriately, the guy running the invisible carousel.
Henry Ford’s violin, my violin. 🙂
And…the 13th Amendment. (If you don’t know what it is, look it up. That’s your homework assignment for this weekend.)
Abraham Lincoln’s chair that he was assassinated in.
I don’t even remember what this was; it just looked cool. Next time I want to sleep in I’m taping this on my bedroom door.
These guys were so friendly…
This thing lights up lightbulbs depending on how much you crank it. Here, my brothers are competing in strength. 🙂
Here’s my sister’s….
…and my dad’s. :p
I know, we’re sick.
New and old chandeliers!!
And I don’t even know why I’m posting this.
Just because we’re all dorks….we had to take dramatic pictures…
These photos DEFINITELY don’t capture how pretty these chandelier are!
Hope you all have a lovely day! I hope you enjoyed my photos (and randomness…)