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... you call it. I don't got no Instagram. If I don't have the account I don't expect to have my picture up there. So please no pictures of jean'. 'You can ask me any question you want. I will probably know the answer. If I don't I will get one of these young ones to google it on them smart phones. Wikipedia teaches me something every week in this place.' The guide was probably the highlight of the tour. The building was beautiful and we got to see where the ...
... won a Pulitzer Prize for the image.
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Once I had crossed the Potomac River via the Tom Bradley Memorial Bridge (and you can see from the photos that I had a glorious day for my wanderings), I visited the Korean War Memorial. The 19 commemorative figures are cast in stainless-steel and ...
... members who were on the wall. It shows that history really effects the present and that people do not forget. We got a quick view of the White house before heading back to the car. It had been a long tiring day so we looked for the nearest Wal-Mart to spend the night which ended up being in Fairfax, Maryland. It was a nice drive through the city and through some small towns and it ended up being a very quiet night, or maybe we were just so tired we didn’t hear all the ...
Mary Jane and the 2nd Amendment
They say you’ll either LOVE a place...or you’ll hate it. We found that we both loved...and hated places we visited and things we experienced in the USA. This is a country of contrasts. Big and small. Rich and poor. Loves and hates. Clean and filthy. Smooth and rough. Hot and cold.
Contrast the 50+ USA Air force supporter we happened upon at Franconia Notch State Park (Exhibit "A") with the 40+ fellow we met in front ...
... the height of the monument making us have a funny turn. We decided to try and get some shots of us jumping in front of the monument which actually after several attempts came out really well. After that bit of exercise we walked down to the World War 2 Memorial passed a kick ball tournament. We all stopped to watch a particularly colourful team and before we knew it a ball was flying right towards us or more specifically right towards Mum. With ...