Friday, July 29, 2005

At the train museum, we were able to go on a blacksmithing tour. I admit it wasn't riveting (yes, I'm trying to be funny...), though it was interesting to know that the smithy there is actually used for making real-world railway engine parts, tracks, etc. even today. The best part of the tour was obviously the cool glasses we got to wear.
posted by jcm

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