The Brookland Inn
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... taking tours. Mostly people were just sitting on the steps looking out to the Washington Monument and taking it all in. We did the same for awhile, split an apple and then carried on. Our feet were tired and we were ready to start heading back to the car. As we walked back through the national mall we crossed the Vietnam War memorial, famous for its black wall of 50,000 names of all the soldiers who died. It was interesting to see young people looking for specific names ...
After enjoying the many vendor booths at the expo, I headed over to Arlington National Cemetery by way of a photo stop near the US Air Force Memorial which was amazing in the light of a clear fall day,
I've been to Arlington National Cemetery many times and felt another trip there would be a good accent to ...
... just do what we did and look at it through the window, rather than go in).
We got to our campsite and I had 10 bites on my legs within the first 2 minutes of stepping out of the van. This was not a good sign for my first camping experience. Also, between the mosquitos and the spiders everywhere (perhaps because we were camping in leaves), it was definitely icky.
We learnt how to put up our tents, before heading on ...
... and had been up since 5:30 without sleep so some how she ended up on my knee and fell asleep and there she stayed for the flight for 1 1/2 hours which was a great distraction for me as was happy to have her asleep and not fidgeting , the mother didn't mind as she could get some rest herself. When we got the apartments we were welcomed by Zeck at the front desk which was one the best welcomes we had so far , after negotiating the subway from the airport and the hot , steamer ...
... easily recognizable. New Windsor also features a Farm Museum, where we toured an old barn that was built when George Washington was president.
Because Ann's mowing had been interrupted, the mowing had never been completed. Jens kept insisting he would help, and Ann finally relented and agreed. After brief instructions he set off on the second mower. It looked to Jayne who was watching from the deck that they were ...