Homewood Suites Silver Spring
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... I have also heard that Charlie D. was a bit of a philanderer. True? Again, I'll never know. So, Charlie D. wasn't perfect. What man is? But I have always heard, and continue to hear, that Charlie D. was a good man. I believe my mother loved him. And I know he paid for my sister's, Pat's, wedding, but that Frank Harley, her (our?) father walked her down the aisle. Years later, at my brother Bill's funeral in 1989, Pat told me ...
... leaving the White House. We figure if it isn't Obama, at least he is home cos it is someone visiting him so we were pretty close to where he was. We go to Burger Tap and Shake for dinner which is in the George Washington University campus. Burgers are $8 and we wash them down with alcoholic milkshakes. Amazeballs. When we get back to the hotel, The Heat is on HBO. Best movie. And one of the ones we didn't see because we were saving money to go to America so that was kinda ...
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... of their beautiful new RV. We've come across them at several campgrounds. Now, we are texting and corresponding about places we've been and if we liked the campground or attractions. Their website is a bible group. They spread God's word and pray for people along the way. Amazing.
While we are having this Indian summer weather here in DC, I took advantage of it, this ...
... fairly shallow in many parts and should be great kayaking most days. Lots of little beaches, small islands and pretty well sheltered. We'll see.
Fishing, kayaking, hiking, reading, and tortilla soup. Heaven!
For now, Baja can wait. It's not the destination, it's the journey. We need a change of routine and different distractions. I won't miss the politics 24/7 in D.C. I need a break from the dozens of ...