Best Western Potomac Mills
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... instructions are clear for all to stand through the ceremony, glad I wasn't the one person pointed out by the Sargeant of the Guard to "Stand during the ceremony" The girls were very impressed, especially with how shiny the boots were, and astonished when Adam told them he had boots like that when he was in the army. Aaah the good old days. We left Arlington for Jefferson Memorial, more inspiration and what a beautiful monument this is. Back ...
... Andrew was torn between which team to support, but once he worked out the Sav Rocca was playing for the redskins it was decided. (For those who pretend not to know Sav Rocca was A collingwood forward who was well know for hs ability to be an accurate kick for goals from a fair way out) Given he is now 40 he has done pretty well. But didn't hear the crowd go Roccaaaaaaaaa like in the old days! Unfortunately the redskins lost even ...
This trip is special. Rather than my usual last minute, throw everything in a suitcase and stay up until 2 hours before it is time to leave thus crashing immediately on the plane, I actually preplanned all my packing. I even coordinated all outfits with jewelry, took photos and placed a photo with each day's itinerary! Nerd. ...
... US Navy aircraft (a whole room is made out to look like a US aircraft carrief (unfortunately no T-45 on exhibit), Spirit of St. Louis, Russian and US space craft, a variety of UAVs (Unmanned Air Vehicles) and even a Tomahawk Cruise Missile (I'm assuming there were no explosives contained inside it). The other thing I liked about this, and all the other, Smithsonian Museums was that although it was still school summer holidays you didn't feel crowded and there was plenty ...
... of the early Founding Fathers ended up penniless. A far cry from our Presidents today, huh? A good, if not a bit long tour. And the guide didn't seem to put much emphasis on what I wanted to see most, the grave site. Interesting that neither he nor Dolly had a grave marker until much later. They just didn't believe in them.
I walked the roughly 1/3 mile down a hill to the Madison Family Cemetery. Once again I found myself alone ...