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We're sitting in the Washington Dulles airport as I write, having completed a harrowing journey through the traffic jams of Memorial Day and a surprisingly not-so-harrowing venture through the new security systems.
Of course, I have just graduated from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, while my dad spent the previous week training staff at Falling Creek Camp. My mom has ...
This is going to be a short one folks.
We slept in. Got up and headed to McDonald's a block a way for breakfast on the way to the National Air and Space Museum. It's only 2 blocks from our hotel, but we had to walk 6 blocks to get there...chalk that up to not knowing exactly where we were in the city. We discovered that later!
The museum opens at 10:00 and we were there at 10:15. ...
... out to our first museum, the American history museum, really quite cool. We got to see the top hat that Lincoln was wearing the night we was shot, the original Kermit and Dorothy's ruby shoes from the wizard of oz, Matt has lots of other highlights but those were mine.
That's all I have time to write for now, will try to add some more tomorrow.
So far this trip has been amazing and after only two days I can say it has been totally worth it.
Xox Kelly ...
... and somehow money fell out of my wallet and cupcakes fell into our hands, because we ended up with a couple of them to take back to our hotel room. We ended the night by polishing off National Treasure and starting some vile Chipmunk flick. If the Founding Fathers could have foreseen how would use the right to free speech, they might have been a little more specific about enshrining people's rights to serve up squeaky, anthropomorphic rodents as ...
Nothing touristy to write today. It was all about waiting for the hurricane. Since it was a bit unpredictable about the hurricane and we slept in a little, it was not a wise idea to go to DC for the day. Instead we stayed near the house and I took William to Tyson's Corner shopping mall. It was very much like the Roseville Galleria in terms of size and the type of shops there. It was raining on and off ...
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