KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) -- Descendants of five former United States presidents are discussing the realities of life after the "presidential fishbowl" at Key West's Harry S. Truman Little White House.
The Saturday event features Truman's grandson Clifton Truman Daniel, Gerald Ford's daughter Susan Ford Bales, Lyndon Johnson's daughter Lynda Johnson Robb, Richard Nixon's nephew Donald A. Nixon and Herbert Hoover's great-granddaughter Margaret Hoover.
The quintet is exploring the challenges former presidents and first families face upon returning to "civilian" life in a President's Day weekend presentation titled "Out of the Fishbowl, Back to the Pond."
Truman spent 11 working vacations at the Little White House during his 1945-1953 administration. The residence also has hosted former presidents Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton.