Aviation Tour – Wright B Flyer and Woodland Cemetery

Last Thursday, the Imaginative One, Wee One, and I started on the Aviation Tour around Dayton, Ohio.  We went to see the look-alikes of the Wright B Flyer and then to Woodland Cemetery.  A lot of famous Daytonians are buried in Woodland Cemetery.  We wanted to see the Wright Brothers’ burial plot, Paul Laurence Dunbar’s, and the boy and his dog statue.  The boys were real troopers walking in the cemetery.

After we got done at Woodland Cemetery, we discovered the car’s keys were left in the car.  So we had to call my hubby so he could bring the spare keys to me.  While we waited for him, we walked down to Starbucks to use the restroom and get a drink.  The boys were again troopers with all the walking.  When we returned to the car, hubby was pulling up with the keys.

After we got home, the Imaginative One came down with a fever and a bad cough.  The next day, we found out he had Croup. 

Here are some pictures of our adventure:

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Here are links to our other adventures on the Aviation Tour:  Air Force Museum, Carillon Park, and the Wright Brothers’ Interpretive Center.

3 responses to “Aviation Tour – Wright B Flyer and Woodland Cemetery”

  1. […] Here are links to our other adventures on the Aviation Tour:  Air Force Museum, Wright Brother’s Interpretive Center and Wright B. Flyer and Woodland Cemetry. […]

  2. […] are links to our other adventures on the Aviation Tour:  Wright B Flyer and Woodland Cemetery, Carillon Park, and the Wright Brothers’ Interpretive […]

  3. […] Here are links to our other adventures on the Aviation Tour:  Air Force Museum and Wright B. Flyer and Woodland Cemetry. […]

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