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After Philly we headed south towards Maryland and got to experience the wonder of the American truck stop. I had envisioned something similar to the petrol station stops we have in rural WA where you really have to be busting to use the bathroom and the closest thing resembling edible food is a three day old meat pie. Instead we pulled over to a …
... with my 8x10 oil painted graduation picture in it. Didn't see any of the ships he was on.
I was interested in the Smithsonian American History Museum. The greatest interest to me was the WW ll section. Mostly because my dad served for 5 years and was at Pearl Harbor when it was bombed. It was only in his later years that my Dad talked about the war.
Leon and my dad always connected. ...
... then said okay. When I came to retrieve my camera, I thanked him and he said "you're welcome, I took three photos for you [just in case the first ones didn't turn out okay]." And that was the first time I approached a stranger, exchanged words in Chinese, and my identity did not come into play. We just communicated. Not as the beautiful white girl with the humble Chinese person. Not as the Chinese person and the girl who surprisingly speaks decent Chinese. Just people!
... gained of the geography over time. It was as if New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific islands were being discovered before our eyes – on one map, we even saw the pencil markings of the ship’s sailing route that was made during their voyage!
- Harvey opened up a book that had photos of old maps. On one map in particular that was exceptionally intricate in design and detailed, Harvey commented on how much time it must have taken ...
first thing today, we went to the world war two memorial. there was a wall full of pictures carved out of metal that depicted veterans. at the site there was also a wall full of gold stars that represented how many people gave up their lives for this country. there was also a pillar for every state. after, we went to the smithsonian. i saw a bunch of figures of animals and i saw the hope ...
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