Chief Logan Lodge, Hotel & Conference Center
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... from the creek, the Quantico
Cascades Trail stayed close to the creek, ultimately leading to the
“waterfalls”. The NPS map listed a
waterfall here, but that’s kind of stretch – cascades is probably more
appropriate. Though they were small,
they were quite scenic and I got some pictures, before heading up and away from
the creek. The other end of Quantico
Cascades Trail was at ...
... It pulled me out of that sense of apathy, made me once again want to appreciate every moment, the good and the bad. It would be hard to live in such an amazing and historic place and not be excited to get out of bed every morning. It would be hard to work with such fantastic people and not want to stay up all night, every night, hanging out with them. When I first took this job, I could never have imagined how much it would impact me - ...
... to the defence operations and the tragic 911 event. Interesting to note we walked 1.4 kms around Pentagon following the army tour guide "all dressed up" who had to walk the entire distance backwards. I final stop on this tour was the 911 Memorial....very moving! Back to the shops to get some additional clothes because we have still heard nothing and it will soon be 48 hours. Returned to hotel to have dinner to find our bags have still not arrived....again not happy...received an email ...
... br> Catholics group he sometimes participates in, held in a basement of the church
hall of Saint Thomas the Apostle Church in Woodley Park. “Mikey, you’re taking
me to a church social – sounds like a wild Saturday night!” I’m neither Catholic
nor young at 47 (and Mike is not much younger than I am) but I impersonated one
to partake in the all-you-can-eat ...
... so we were stoked. However, coming into NYC we were greeted by the pilot staying that we needed to circle JFK for 40 mins due to traffic…. (time to bus departure 1 hour 10 mins). This didn’t really phase us too much cause we didn’t expect much traffic on the roads at midnight. However, with the best attempts at exiting the airport quick smart - guess who’s bag was last on the luggage carousels (time to bus departure 45 mins). We pilled into the cab and bribed ...