Sleep Inn Jessup
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... removed and traffic resumed. The park stayed closed for another five minutes, with the police chasing people who were standing on the grass next to the street footpath. In fact one police officer was still chasing a couple of women from the park at one end as the final barricade was removed at the other end and the park reopened. They take security very seriously here.
After getting back to the Hotel, Kat showered and collapsed and I decided to go out to ...
... trail, with lots of subalpine fir trees with SILVER cones. Passed through an area of old burn, where the old fallen trees were bleached SILVER by the sun. Spotted a Golden Mantled Squirrel, and a few chipmunks, as well as a Robin.
Stopped at the visitor centre then headed back to camp. Glad we had picked a spot, as it was almost full. View of the mountain and glacier from our spot beside the White River.
We have really enjoyed our two days in this ...
... got back to our hotel in time to shower and change and head off to the John Kennedy Center to watch a free performance by singers dancers and musicians from Peru. Finished off the day with dinner at a local restaurant. Great day, and another great day planned for ...
... that is 169 metres high. I was hoping to be able to go up but all the tickets had been allocated for the day. I was disappointed but then a very kind lady said go over to the man in blue who was in the queue. He had a spare ticket which he gave me and I was able to join the queue and very soon was right up at the top. It was amazing to see most of Washington from each side and I felt so blessed to have had that opportunity. Phillip was patiently waiting for me at the ...
Many people died during the war. In honor of them we buried them in this cemetery. On the tombstone it has a sign which represents the persons religion. The tombstone also says which war they served and on the back of the tomb stone there might be a name. The name is the person their buried with. After going to Arlington, I had a deeper appreciation for the people who died for our ...