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... before leaving as the plan is to head to another National Park site like the one we found in New. York area - no services but in a good location.
We got a map of the area we wanted to drive through. This area is filled with Amish and Mennonites and so we were hoping to get a few pictures of horse and buggies and their farms. We also wanted to try a few local foods. We had heard of shoo fly pie, Dutch Apple pie, scrapple, ham loaf and chow chow. We have ...
Had a much easier slower day today. Caught Metro into Judiciary Square station to take a look at another Memorial. This time the National Law Enforcement Memorial as suggested by my new buddy Officer Robert Fennell Jr. This guy has been so helpful and friendly took Bill out for a couple of beers after his shift finished at 10pm Friday night. Has given us quite a few mementos and even wanted to get us an after hours tour to the top of the Washington Monument. ...
... Soldier (video will be on a separate blog) and then saw the Eternal Flame remembering JFK. After this we went for lunch, were we all went and had an American burger. It was heavenly.
After that we went into D.C and look around the capital for a bit before going to the National Air and Space Museum, before heading home.
Tomorrow, more visits in the capital is on the agenda, so watch this space for my development.
... were specifically aiming for the Albert Einstein Planetarium for two 30 min movies, Dark Universe and Journey to the Stars projected onto a huge dome with a blend of real & computer-generated images. Just mind- boggling-( for those with such a bent, go to airandspace.si.edu and click on those 2 movies where it says Buy Tickets and a tiny sample comes up! I am a sucker for the cosmological and we both found it awesome, as the youngies would say)Then ...
... Education we met with a friend of Jamie's that she grew up with. Now he works for a Representative in the House of Representatives. We asked him to explain how Congress works for 4th graders. He gave us a great example to use in the classroom. First, Congress passes laws for our nation. To a fourth grader, think about school and the rules you have, no chewing gum, no running in the halls, etc. These are like laws ...