By C.R. Roberts
The News Tribune
Only once a year – every year – Nancy LeMay opens the gates of her Parkland home to those who truly believe in Harold LeMay’s dream and who appreciate his obsession to collect.
The LeMay Museum is open year-around at the former Marymount Academy in Spanaway, and progress continues toward a newer, greater museum near downtown Tacoma.
Only one day in 365 can the public see the broadest extent of the late Harold LeMay’s collection.
The public came on Saturday, so many and so wet in the morning rain that volunteers opened the gates early.
Affectionately known as "the home," the LeMay compound contains all manner of things related to a life long lost along the American road.