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Our first night in D.C. we went into the city for dinner in Georgetown. It was a neat area to walk around and lots of good restaurants. We went to the National Mall and thought we would get a quick glimpse of the Washington Monument and Lincoln's Memorial at dusk. It seemed like we walked forever but we did get to see the memorials as well as a peek of the White House.
Our next day we went to Mount Vernon. Kelsey was excited ...
... and great care.(No pictures were allowed in the building)
While the White House was a visual treat and instills awe, the War Memorials reach into the heart. The Wall, the Viet Nam Memorial is so hard to grasp even as you view it. The 58,307 names are engraved in letters 1 inch high including Carl’s high school classmate, PFC James Clayton Reed. The Wall seems to go on and on, ...
... at a hostel on the trail. On the trail, everyone is pretty much the same and we're all doing the same thing. Sure, we come from different places and have done different things, but the conversations always end up being about trail stuff - what sort of gear we have, blisters we've gotten, views we've seen, hikers we all know. Don't get me wrong: I enjoy the hiking crowd - if I didn't, I'm in the very wrong place - but it was nice to have a night with people who ...
We didn't have far to travel today, but the drive was pretty hairy. Jim is such an amazing driver that I wasn't afraid but the roads coming into DC are atrocious! The drivers even worse. The weather wasn't cooperating either as we were deluged with rain most of the way. The good news is that we ...
... resident ducks which sat at our feet waiting for something to eat. Date enjoyed the Vietnam Vets Wall Memorial which lists the name of very solder lost in Vietnam which accumulated to many thousands and many had letters and flowers beneath them from family and some from the schools as many lost their whole footy and basketball teams very sad. We walked over to the Pond of reflection which is ...
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