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... as a show of respect that you visited and that both you and the deceased are immortal. Even in death, you are not forgotten. It shows that you know the burial site exists. The person is remembered with something solid.
People also place coins on some of the headstones. A coin is a sign to family the gravesite had been visited. The legend of the coin denomination's is a penny you means you visited, a nickel means you trained with them, a dime means ...
assumed name. It’s hot, dear donors, bloody hot, in Washington. Since our
arrival in the Cherryhill Park campground with our trusty old Dodge RAM 1500,
Mrs Henry and myself have kept a low profile among the skyline of double-decker
bus-sized RVs (Recreational Vehicles), all side extensions and sprouting cords
and water- and sewer outlets. Freedom Towers on wheels. Necessarily a low
profile, therefore. The Mr Henry Institute is never ...
... each year.
We made our way to the DC Metro line, worked out the ticketing system for our return next week, then headed on a 1 hour bus trip to Dulles Airport. Whilst on the bus we chatted to a couple of locals, with the usual conversation starter- "Where are you from ?" Once we explained that we are Australian and were here for 5 months they commented that " That's not a holiday - you've moved in." We proceeded to tell them where we had been and ...
... took over to do the heavy lifting. Darren did a fantastic job repairing all of the previous damage and rot. Aaron worked on the axles, drive shafts, brakes, etc. After a few years, the Rover was ready to be brought back to the DC area and Independent for wiring and other odds and ends. And so, after five short years, the truck will be back on the road in earnest, just in time for our departure. You see, I've always had ...
... to got into the Senate Gallery. We made our way through the tunnel to the Library of Congress. Both these buildings were very big and rather impressive. Once we had grabbed some lunch we then got some bikes and bikes through the mall to the Jefferson Memorial. The Memorials was the main reason I included Washington DC on my trip and the Jefferson Memorial did not disappoint it is massive and there is something kind of special about the place. ...
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- Swimming pool
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