Our first stop was the Wright-Dunbar center to get our passport and first stamp:
where they also had a parachute museum:
Alas, the ejection seat was non-functional:
Across the small plaza was the Wright Cycle shop, a copy of the shop where Orville and Wilbur built and repaired bikes:
(Kate is much more willing to be in pictures than the boys)
We walked to Paul Dunbar's house for stamp #2 (sorry, no pictures), then back to the van to drive to Woodland cemetery for a picture/stamp #3:
From there, we stopped into Oakwood to meet my brother and nephews for lunch (NOT at Cici's, sorry kids), and then headed to the Air Force museum for stamp #4:
(the kids were big into saluting here).
Inside the AF museum was the aviation hall of fame, and stamp #5:
My expertly planned route was quite efficient, leading us to Huffman Prairie and stamp #6 and our bears... except the ranger there told us we needed seven stamps. Dang. So we had to backtrack to Oakwood again for a picture of their house:
and then more backtracking to our starting point at Wright/Dunbar to pick up our bears. Done!
Test results: we were on the road from 8:00am to 4:30, and Henry found the third row of the Odyssey much more comfortable and less nausea inducing than the Pilot. 80% of the family thinks we should make a trade!