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... mini rapids happening and the river is flowing quite quickly. The back drop is the greenery of the trees around us and the foreground is the rocks on the shore. We follow the path down and at one point we head down to get a closer look at the river. Now we didn't know we were going to be doing this kind of walking so we weren't wearing our hiking shoes. I stop at a point cause I don't trust my clumsy feet getting down any further. My beloved takes off his flip flops and heads down to ...
... this time. I am glad we went though the Star Spangled Banner and story is moving and the America through the Wars display was totally up my alley. In the end we succumbed to the day and admitted we were not going to see everything.
The whole town was very active, even with congress in recess. There were scores of young people here, maybe because they work cheap, maybe they are all power hungry, I have hope that ...
... meal waiting for us. Nick said "This is the best meal I have ever eaten. Sorry Mom!" Her house is so welcoming and comfortable for all of us. There were fresh flowers and lovely soaps in our rooms. The boys and Karen love it here!
I ate a quick breakfast at the hotel and then waited around in the lobby. I thought there was supposed to be someone leading a group to the Kennedy Center. When it seemed nobody was coming I caught a shuttle to the Kennedy Center. It turns out, I had misunderstood what was supposed to happen. They wanted people to organize their own groups for the walk.
There was more ...
... would have to miss this as we had other plans! We stopped back at Merchant's Square to drop into the William and Mary college bookstore and pick up some coffee and scones for our trip back to Washington D.C.
We allowed plenty of time to weave our way through D.C. and park at the Washington National Cathedral. We arrived well before the 4:00 evensong service so we toured ...