Pretty, huh? Looks a little like England?
Well, it's a cottage from the Cotswolds (17th century, I believe), but it's in Dearborn, Michigan. One of the things I learned last weekend was that Henry Ford had a lot of money. Enough money to buy dozens of buildings and move them to Greenfield Village. Ok, a lot are replicas - some of the Thomas Edison buildings just had "some structural elements" from the original - but it's still pretty impressive.
When J.Vo dropped me off at Greenfield Village, I asked the ticket lady for a ticket, we discussed the fact that I was not a student and not a member of AAA, and she said, ok, that's $25. And I said, wait, I thought it was $20. And she said, parking is $5. And I said, but I don't have a car. And she just stared at me blankly. [Does. Not. Compute.] Ah, Michigan. Eventually we sorted it out, but she was really confused at first.