I love our National Park System, and this Park is no exception. At the visitor center I found a very knowledgeable and forthcoming park ranger. He was a delight. He chatted me up for 30 minutes, answered all my questions, discussed Lincoln lore beyond his assignment. The film was worth the time and was narrated by Leonard Nimoy, “Live long and prosper.” The grounds are well-kept and clean, as you would expect. The park also has a reconstructed farmstead with cabin, carpentry shop, and animal enclosures on the original Lincoln property. Interesting. In the summer the homestead reconstruction has interpreters, which is a great addition.
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