This is episode 24 and the final episode. But do not stop following these, few people who actually are. There will be a Memoir of Lemming the Sigfig extra episode with him driving around various landscapes and stuff.
About this creation
The main pic is the Audacia-Felix Balloon Exhibit.
This is that balloon that was tested with a sheep, a duck, and a rooster. Lemming thinks that they should have replaced the animals with minifigures. He insists that minifigures are an ancient race that can be observed even in Puebloan Rock Art. He refuses the fact that his ancestors were only around since 1978.
The Charles Balloon Exhibit.
This was a parachute that idiotic people jumped from balloons holding onto the wooden ring.
This is the Blanchard's Balloon that was the first to succesfully cross a large body of water.
The Stamm Balloon exhibit.
A bunch of zeppelin stuff including a metal girder.
The stratolab was the first balloon to enter the stratosphere around 1934.
Lemming sat inside the model stratolab and got frustrated because he couldn't reach the periscope and he had to press more buttons.
The fugo war balloon from one of the world wars. It carried a payload of bombs more than 200 were launched and landed in a largely unknown attack on the US. Most were found and most were rended harmless by snow cover.
This is a bust of Major David G. Simons. Lemming thinks there is a resemblance. I don't. (He was the guy who went up in the stratolab)
Random model balloon.
I think it would be cool to ride this thing.
But this would be much cooler.
What the heck?
Leaving the museum.
Yes, it looks like a balloon.
I've been a volunteer crew member for balloons (granted, I didn't do much) so I found this museum very interesting.