The same museum containing the scouting exhibit had some other items that interested me. Sadly the lighting was terrible for pictures. This statue was taken from a church that was being remodeled or torn down in the Los Angeles area. It is hard to see, but if you look at the window in front of him, you can see the spires of the temple. I thought the statue was really big, but we were told that is was only 1/3 of the size of the ones used on temples.
Then we found this podium. It is a replica of the one in the conference center. A sign on it said to feel free to stand behind it, so we just had to try it out. Hidden back there are: a white background to reflect light properly, a clock, a microphone and a sort of built in screen where speeches can scroll.
I always have to take pictures of handcart pioneer sculptures...just because.