Here they are Neil Armstrong, Ivonette Wright Miller and Lucy, one of our foremothers, celebrating the moon. Uncle Orville is there also, piloting the plane, though he's very tiny. The lunar footsteps mirror the very ancient Laetoli footsteps preserved in an African creekbed, and the red lilies ("laetoli" in the local language) bloom even at Huffman Field in Ohio.
The exhibit will travel for at least two years. Venue locations aren't firmed up yet; I will post when I get information. I'm hoping for the Air Force Museum in Fairborn OH, Air & Space Museum in Washington DC, NASA in Houston--who knows?
This is a detail view of 15-year-old Ivonette up close, middy blouse rumpled, big hairbow in place, standing at Huffman Prairie waiting for Uncle Orv to take her up. After they had flown for a while, they saw the streetcar approaching and Orville said, "Should we take it home in time for dinner?" They landed and made it for the last run of the day.
Ivonette told the story until the day she died.