Charles Lindbergh House and Museum

2016 Out West, Minnesota, Minnesota Historical Society, Road Trip, States

Yesterday after getting ourselves and our T@B situated, the two of us decided to head off on a bit of a hike despite the mosquitoes. We grabbed the portable Thermacell and headed off to hike on the grounds where a young Charles Lindbergh, Jr. spent his summers on the banks of the Mississippi River. Since it was later afternoon we thought to save touring the Charles Lindbergh House and Museum until today. That was not such a good idea, it’s closed today and tomorrow. Looks like we’ll need to return another time to tour this Minnesota Historical Society site, named for US Congressman Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr. Still it’s good to get a feel for the environs that helped shape the personality of a premier aviation pioneer.




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