Kalamazoo, MI to Dearborn MI via Hickory Corners, 173 miles. Got out on the Michigan byways this morning on our way to Hickory Corners, very pretty country driving. Went to the Grove St. Cafe in Delton for breakfast, full of locals, waitress knew when they walked in what they were going to order. We had two bacon egg hashbrown and toast (homemade bread) breakfasts and a piece of apple pie for $11.29. I must report that on my search for ever better and cheaper apple pie, this is now the item to beat, mighty fine pie, $2.25. And off to the Gilmore Museum, which is a tremendous complex of 90 acres, with lots of really pristine cars to look at. There is a Cadillac building, a Pierce Arrow building, a Franklin building, a 50’s and 60’s wing, a race car section, and several other big barns with Lincolns, Auburns, Dusenbergs, Packards and on and on. Here are a couple pictures. A dust bowl setting,,,, The YELLOW PERIL!!!!! A neat T speedster,,,,, (close to the heart) A fun sign,,,,,Lot of beauties like this,,,, Outside they had a fine restored diner and a Shell station. Here is the MAFFI building under construction,,,, Then we headed for Dearborn on some more byways,,, But finally had to bite the bullet and get on the Interstate for another dose of heavy traffic,,,, And look at this rediculous speed limit sign!!!! What fool thought that up? Anyway, all folks are here in Dearborn, although a little scattered out. Only two little glitches today, both with turn signals. Damned interstate is so rough, it vibrated my flasher off, it’s out there on the road somewhere. So my new one is secured with baling wire, my second baling wire fix on this trip. Rich’s flasher just fried itself and quit working, but there are Oreilly stores everywhere, and they all have flashers. And I might mention that the Eldertons caught up with us at the Gilmore museum and they are now driving a 20 ft van with the phaeton in the back. Tomorrow, the Ford museums…..