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... always be full of joy. The last attraction of our day was the White House. This was President Obama's house. Unfortunately we couldn't go in or anyone, nor could we see Obama but it was a very nice house to live in and I am sure I would love to live in a house like that! Soon enough it was the end of the day already. When we went out to dinner I had a horrible pork belly that had to much fat in it. But I can except my s'mores for desert! I had another nice day ...
... notes etc. The final part of the share requires each student to remove their own tape and stickers, Violins must be turned in and the photos may be taken.
Congratulations on a very successful share and year of learning the basics of violins!
Granny and Pop were so pleased and proud to be around to join your parents for this demonstration and sharing session. ...
... and went for a drive to choose one. As most of the ground looked to be gravel or hard standing, it seemed like we would struggle to get the pegs in the ground to pitch the tent. We found a spot by a flat field with a grassy area that looked a bit more peg friendly. The site was huge and had two parking spaces, picnic table, fire pit and a separate BBQ this time. As it turns out, we picked a very popular pitch that a number of people turned up ...
... Easy to find one and not expensive.
The venue is the National Academy of Sciences building on the Mall. Andy Clarke calls it their fancy building. Fancy and imposing it is. Next door is the State Department with the Federal Reserve on the other side, so we are in the heart of the Washington Government machine. And impressive on the inside, too.
It was an early start so we were promised a ...
... books. I visited two very well known WW2 generals - General Sir John Dill who was Winston Churchill's right hand man & General Omar Bradley who commanded the allied forces as they landed on the beaches of Normandy to re-take Europe.
We then visited several Smithsonian Museums including the Natural History Museum (NHM) & the American History Museum (AHM). NHM houses a ...