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Travel Blogs from Capitol Heights
... of the building and we took the metro to Union Station so we now have a good idea of what we'll experience Tuesday morning when we go there to take the train to New York. That means tomorrow is our last day in Washington. We'll be going to Arlington Cemetery first thing in the morning, followed by a museum and a gallery visit, and then over to Georgetown. A jam-packed day means we're super tired and ready to go to bed so we can get up and do it all again tomorrow. Good night ...
... Danitria Bradley Molly Wilmarth
For the next two weeks, we will be family - traveling, working, eating, and living together. We will be in relationship with missionaries, seminary students and teachers, pastors, carpenters, orphan children, widows and church leaders.
Our two primary projects are to put a roof on the new men's seminary dormitory and to conduct a two ...
... and I did coach two of her boys on our Bible Quizzing teams years ago. I don't even know if she'll remember who we are. We thought it was worth a try though :-) Maybe one of you Kuhfuss kids can send her a text and ask her if she'd be willing to meet us.
So, we left DC about 6, ate dinner about 7 (from the wonderful crockpot...could you have guessed?), the boys headed off to the pool again and here I am blogging as a big storm ...
... and race to see who can get through security first. I know it doesn't sound that exciting but at least it turns a boring task into a more suspenseful and interesting task! I managed to just scrape a win and that was even with a random explosives testing that I had to do (somehow I always end up getting those back home too!). Once through security, we were officially on our way to Boston. So that's where I'll leave you for now!
Until Boston.... ...
... to The Capitol, very impressive building, the whole area has been built to accommodate the various departments of Government with wide, tree lined avenues and massive buildings. We walked up the National Mall getting rather wet so decided to go into the Museum of the American Indian History, which is part of the Smithsonian Institute. This took us through time from the first Indians to our conflicts with them - how we decimated them with ...
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