Category Archives: Museums

A Day at Fort Mackinac

Another of my slightly off topic posts. But as I’ve said since way back, I love military history in general, so this seem’s good to me! These days Mackinac Island is best known as tourist destination.  Grand Hotel, fudge and … Continue reading

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Thunder Over Michigan – 2017

This year’s Thunder Over Michigan was held this last weekend; the first in September which made it Labor Day weekend and the first three day event I remember them doing. As always, there were some familiar acts, and a few … Continue reading

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A Day at Patriot’s Point

I’m just back home after a week long vacation to Charleston, SC.  My wife would probably go on about the architecture, the awesome food or the perfect weather we had.  But we all know the real point is military history! … Continue reading

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Another Day at The Museum of the United States Air Force

I last visited the US Air Force Museum two years ago and wrote about it here.  This is a place I could enjoy quite often, so when they provided the excuse of opening a new building this summer I had … Continue reading

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A Day at the Museum of the United States Air Force

As my summer staycation continues, I enjoyed a day at the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio. At over three hours from home, this was a longer day trip than I normally do.  But with … Continue reading

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A Day at The Henry Ford

Well, the Museum anyway…. “The Henry Ford” is several linked attractions, the Museum and Greenfield Village being the biggest, and located right next to each other.  But today, was all about the Museum for me.   So let me share … Continue reading

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A Day at the Air Zoo

This last week I had the opportunity to spend most of the day at the Kalamazoo Air Zoo with my 13 year old nephew. This is the sort of day that can be enjoyed by different generations pretty easily.

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