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... with them, a quarter means you were there with them when they were killed. The money is collected at some point and used to help maintain the cemetery. Anyway, I have added a number of photos of the grave sites with wreaths on them that were placed in a ceremony before Christmas (I took so many more).
Back on the bus and off to The Pentagon - drive by only, once the bus goes into the car park area, no photos are to be taken (they will confiscate ...
... and lack of humour. I had proposed the
Eggenscwilermobile as a name for the Dodge, but that is also a mouthful, so the
Egg it is. It’s from the 1980s, so it was new when Mrs Henry and I were young. Alas,
where have all the years gone....?
We left Nu Joizy (Mrs Henry continuously reminding me that
road traffic kept to the right-hand side of the road in the US: “Tight right,
wide left!”), and as darkness started to ...
... Jnr. This was a very cool memorial as he was carved out of stone with a quite on the side: "out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope". We then made it around to the World War II Memorial which was quite a nice memorial that surrounded a big fountain. We were then making our way to a bike stand so we could walk around the reflecting pool and Lincoln Memorial but it started pouring down and we got absolutely soaked so we ended up walking ...
... living room, feeling tired and exhausted, and it's not even 11pm. I confirmed this state of feeling last week when I was waiting for about five minutes for the elevator to come and thinking "oh god where the hell…", but suddenly realized that I hadn't pressed the button yet!
I casually looked at my left, casually looked at my right and made sure nobody noticed before pressing the button. You would think I would pay a little ...
That was so much fun! First time in my life I meet people and say "happy Thanksgiving!"
The biggest turkey I ever saw, 24 pounds! So happy to see Maria again! And Patrick, and Anna and Bernard... It was so nice to meet Erik and Kyle, Shona and Amish (I am not sure I have these first names right), to play with little Annie...
It was just a wonderful family get ...
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