Tuesday, November 23, 2010

MUSEUM

A heavy rain storm passed through the Indian Ridge Campground at 0415 hours, waking us up. We got an early start on the sight seeing day off from work. We had plans to tour several places in Bowling Green Kentucky.  One of those places was the National Corvette Museum. Here is what our arm Band admission’s looked like.

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Note our personal favorite in the museum, a pristine 1957 Vette, in the background. The arm bands and the admission were free for Veterans as a part of their thirty days long, Veterans appreciation month. The great aluminum bodied 1953 was a crowd pleasing eye catcher.

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Those classic first vette lines, caused people to stand and look for long periods of time, just soaking in the simple beauty.

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Don’t ya’ just love them headlight grilles ?

2 comments:

Kathy and Robert said...

I'd sure love to go for a spin in that '57 Vette! Thanksgiving blessings, K

mountainborn said...

Kathy and Robert, that's exactly what Betty and I said ! But we were greedy, we wanted to " get out on the highway, lookin' for adventure" !