Curves in Detroit

Edison steam engine

Harley-Davidson police bike

The first is a steam engine which formed part of Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park laboratory, and which, along with the rest of the laboratory, as been transplanted to the Greenfield Village museum, just down the road from Rose’s parents’ house.

The second was gleaming in the bright sunshine, just outside a Mexican restaurant where we had lunch on Monday.

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