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Today we were up early and had a full day in Washington, D.C. We meet all our tour in the lobby and headed out for our morning city tour. Our first stop was Arlington cemetery where JFK was laid to rest. As we pulled up at Arlington cemetery thousands and thousands of white tombstones stretched as far as the eye could see, these are for all the military who have died for their country. Arlington cemetery has a very strict requirement to be ...
We are about 500 miles into the trip and are now camping just south of Watkins Glen in Corning, New York. Yes, Corning is the home of Corning glass. We got here around 1:00 this afternoon, set up "camp" (ok....pushed a few buttons and everything was set up) and then headed about 12 miles (in the Jeep) to Watkins Glen and on North to the ...
... Way crossed our path.
Dinner was cooked by the lake as the sun set, exhausted from driving all day food was amazing, and after the ate I felt much better. The sunset through the trees left me glowing with the vibrations of the trees.
We fell asleep with willow under a sky full of glowing Japanese lanterns floating off into the night.
... It was wonderful! The lady who runs the campground came by and tested the water while I was there. She said it was 83 degrees which is pretty warm but it still felt great!
After the pool, I vacuumed which warmed me up again! Bob is barbecuing right now and I think I will crack a shandy, my new favourite drink (lemonade and beer) and chillax.
Our ticket for the museum was for two days so we headed back to see the rest of the exhibits and pick up my bead which was now sufficiently annealed. The museum offers tours led by docents so we took one of those. It was to have been a one hour tour, but the docent really warmed to his topics so it actually ran closer to two hours. He had lots of back stories for the exhibits so ...