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... about 8pm. Tedious. We took two or three hour shifts, with the non-driving one taking naps in the back bench seat. Checked in to the Residence Inn (Marriot) in Cryistal City, five minutes from the airport and also close to the old homefront in Arlington, just off Glebe Road.
Picked up eldest son Lawrence (29) and new fiancÚ Sasha, who flew in Thursday morning from Miami. Had the buffet breakfast at the ...
... next morning we set out for Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson. He designed and headed the construction beginning in 1770. It took a total of 40 years because of his public service commitments, and because he kept changing and adding to the original plans. We had a tour of the house in which 75% of the furnishings are original. It was a working plantation at the time. Archeologists continue to uncover artifacts that have ...
... had a shower and I prepped dinner before Lauren came round. We had rice pepper onions and chicken in a chipotle sauce which was nice. Lauren then came round before we got picked up by Will to go to a bar. We went to a sports bar and had a few drinks, Will ordered some calamari which was pretty good. After a few drinks we headed back to campus where me and Sarah watched pitch ...
... the arrival of 2012, I was in Baltimore sitting alone in the dark in my two-bedroom apartment, listening to the dull thud thud thud from the apartment upstairs. I had never much cared for the upstairs neighbors. Their subwoofer was a frequent sources of annoyance in that place, but on this night it was particularly bad. I sat on the floor watching the television, but couldn't hear the thing because of the neighbor's terrible celebratory ...
... to need some serious trimming.
Finally we drove up to Garrett Heights 212 Elementary School; the one Margaret and I attended (4th grade). It's still there, although the building we were in is gone and has been replaced by a new wing to the other building. Brought back some memories... It was also interesting to retrace the route Margaret and I took when we walked to and from school.
We then left Baltimore in search of Harper's Ferry, ...