We had another night of off and on rain. As we slept(?) the rain would come down with vengeance, and then it would come down with the sound of a droplet the size of a baseball…BLOP, BLOP, BLOP… I have to say, we have had better sleep. Just after 10am we drove off to tour the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The National Corvette Museum is perfectly located directly across the highway from the GM plant that manufactures the Corvette. While we were there, they had 4 Vett’s all ready for the new owners to accept delivery. One of the couples taking delivery was walking through the museum with their son and daughter in law as we were walking in. Their conversation indicated that it was to be their 2nd or 3rd time taking delivery of their new car. Lots of excitement… Of course the first thing you do when coming into a museum like this, is to watch a video. The video was titled The History of the Corvette and was worth the 15 minutes that it took to watch it.
Following the video you walk out into the display area that feature the Corvettes in realistic period settings