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... his significance to the nation. His brothers Teddy and Bobby are interred close by. A very sad place. We head up the hill to see the changing of the guard at The Tomb of the Unknowns, previously called The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The Tomb is guarded continually whatever the weather. The guard marches 21 steps down the black rubber mat and with a loud click of his heals turns and faces east for 21 seconds, turns ...
... a lovely place but somber at the same time. The amount of headstones that went on for days over the hills was crazy. Huge place to walk around but very interesting. We watched the changing of the guard which was fascinating, they do everything to the count of 21. Then it was back on the bus to get to our hotel. We had 45 mins until dinner which was a pizza & salad meal. Amazing pizza which were massive ...
... a short but great visit with him.
The train ride went well, no delays. Emily met another little girl on the train who did a dance for her. The girl also taught Emily how to properly shake hands when meeting someone.
Emily fell asleep on the ride home from the train station and was like a wet noodle when mom took her upstairs to bed. It was a fitting and sweet end to a great family trip.
... now, and that is both terrifying and liberating.
So again, I find it appropriate to open this blog on graduation day. My students off to find their own new experiences now, and I can't wait for the next round of my own. This summer will certainly be different for us at OxTrad. Most of our staff is new, and I already know I will miss the people who are not coming back. But I am excited to see my old friends, and meet the new staff, ...
... there are packed to the gills and expensive), we walked down to the west end of the National Mall, where we saw the Vietnam Veterans' Memorial--still spectacular, even though it's 30 years old and I've seen it several times--and the Lincoln Memorial, equally moving. Both sites were crowded--the Lincoln Memorial in particular was packed full of tourists taking selfies. Apparently there is now a gadget ...