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Today was a big and busy day. We looked at almost everything you could possible. We walked around the city, visiting the White House, treasury department, museum of American History, Holocaust museum, Washington memorial, Jefferson memorial (which we paddle boated to), Martin Luther King jr memorial ...
... cool mountain air!
Back into more of the eastern traffic with 'dueling semis" truck passing each other but not without backing up traffic. Ugh.
Put in our LAST book on CD for the day.
11:23 AM - Indiana. Terre Haute. ("lose" another hour, time-wise, somewhere here)
12:40 AM - Indianapolis, IN. Stopped east of the city for quick lunch at Burger King.
... It was the USS Cod (SS-244) that had served with distinction in the South Pacific. It was great to be able to share this piece of history with Alex, not the least because my dad, his grandfather, had served on a similar type of submarines in the early 1960s. One of Alex's impressions of the boat, which turned out to be correct, was that there was not nearly enough space for everyone to sleep.
For me, being on the sub also brings back a ...
... along with a volleyball net (which we didn't even see). We were unhappy that we were out in the open on a hill - directly in the bright sunshine. The AC unit in the camper was on full-blast! The camper lot was very big with another level down the hill. There was a great hill for me to get some excercise on my bike though!
p.s. I'm actually sitting at our second campground while writing this. I forgot yesterday!
Lee and I decided to take a last minute trip to Seneca Rocks. We arrived late on Monday night, around midnight. Instead of setting up camp and getting to bed so we could have an early start in the morning, Lee drives straight to the mountain for a night climb. It's pitch black and we are headed towards the base of the mountain. Not only was this my first multi-pitch climb, it was also my first night climb... Leave it to Lee to throw you right ...