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... north for 21 seconds and then marches 21 steps again. 21 was chosen as this is the highest military honour that can be bestowed - the 21 gun salute. The soldier does this for 30 minutes (during Summer) until there is a changing of the guard - a very precise ceremony. The name was changed to Tomb of the Unknowns as other servicemen have been entombed and the Tomb has been continually guarded since 2 July 1937. We return to ...
... motivating day. It went some way to explain the American view on the world and the love of their country. We later found we had walked over 17 miles this day and it was beginning to take its toll. The only remedy had to be a couple of pints of Sam Adams. A good day indeed and a different and more positive view of Washington. Tomorrow we leave and head for Richmond Virginia. Yes, driving on the right again, we do hope the Satellite Navigator is ...
... with his advisor hoping to sway her opinion. We said our goodbyes and it was time to head to the congressman's office.
We left the Hart building and had about a 10 minute walk to congressman Mick Mulvaney's office in the Rayburn building. I was pushing Emily in the stroller and Debbie was behind me. We were crossing the street in the crosswalk with the walk light and a a car taking a right turn in front of us ran ...
Washington, DC, the first major stop on this year's journey and a joyful occasion- the baptism of two cousins: Aidan, age 5, and Annah, age 2… children of my Goddaughter Catherine Estes and her husband Jonathan. I was here in Washington a few months ago to officiate at the funeral of Charlie Estes, my first cousin and Catherine’s father and that was where the plans began for the baptisms. I am staying at Charlie’s house with his wife Deborah, ...
There's only one thing to do with a day to spare in Washington and that's to head to possibly the most famous address in the world, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, or as it's more commonly known,The White House. Unfortunately my invitation to tea was lost in the post, so I had to make do with standing outside the fence with the rest of the rabble, fighting for a selfie space! Photos done it was time to move on the rest of the historical monuments and sites in Washington, and boy is there a ...