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It was all worth it though, as it was delightful to hold - super light like Fairy Floss but powdery (so I guess this must be what all the skiers and snowboarders pray for!).
I wandered off to the train station with a silly grin of joy on my face just a big happy kid!
Here are a few photos so you can share it with me! (The last photo is of the pyramid exhibit in the NGA Sculpture Garden that was shown without snow in my Post on the 29th ...
... and learn so much from it. Alas I feel that the governors' cap on trip charges - despite a recent rise - would still render the visit impossible! The weather has been ghastly all day - the sort of rain that chills you to the bone. We really had been spoiled yesterday. We had pre-ordered tickets for Arlington Cemetery and so battled round the beautiful grounds in the drizzle. Our tour guide was unintentionally amusing. ...
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Bob2 volunteered to be our shuttle driver to CHO, giving up a chance to see the kick off of a rare Monday Night football game with the Washington Native Non-indigenous Perhaps Former Asia Resident Peoples. He indicated we were probably saving him some agony by not watching the entire contest. The first flight to Washington was airborne for less than a half hour.
Washington Dulles International Airport ...
... Monument, Martin Luther King Jr National Memorial and the Grant Memorial.
We particularly enjoyed walking to the Reflecting Pool towards the Lincoln Memorial. It reminded us of the Forrest Gump movie but also all of the anti war marches and sit ins that were held during the Vietnam War. I tried to convince Noel to run through the pool calling out Forrest but couldn't get him over the line.
We also visited Lafayette Square which is in front of ...
Early start today to get into Washington to see all the sights. We got dropped off in the city just after 9 and it was already ridiculously hot. Our plan was to do the monuments as early as we could in hopes that it wouldn't be too hot. Too bad it was already 27 by 10am. We started off with the Capitol building which you can look away from and see all the monuments lined up over the two miles they're spread out along. We were going to go into the Capitol building but ...