Motel 6 Washington DC SE - Camp Springs
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... life I can remember feeling perfect, complete peace, and I am so thankful now that I didn't have a cellphone back then that might have gone off and ruined it. But it's not fair to put the blame totally on technology. WE are our own worst distractions, when we grow complacent, or busy, or stressed, or selfish, and miss out on beautiful moments and people around us.
And to be honest, what are we doing here if not experiencing things ...
... with a smile from ear to ear soon became the focal point of the evening. He is a joy, at least to us in the moment. Darren enjoys appetizers, particularly the vegetable strings. He is even able to sign for wanting more with his fists coming together. He looked for his box of toys in the dining area, and it is amazing how quickly they appeared after his surprise that they were not where ...
... done again). Alex googled Walmart in the nearest town, but when Liz plugged in the address she discovered it was a good 10 hours away! Turns out Iowa also has a town with this name.
Tuesday, we headed back into the park to do another walk we missed. It was very cool, scrambling over rocks to the summit where we were rewarded with 360 degree views. Though we were also fearful of being blown off, it was windy!! We then made our way onto the next scenic drive ...
... or not this land is truly the greatest place to live or not, it is home and there is nothing quite like the feeling of home sweet home :-)
Au revoir Europe et à bientôt!
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... whale sharks was through the domed walkway most aquariums have. What was waiting for us around the corner blew our minds. The corridor opened up to the viewing room, a 23.8m wide, 8.2m high acrylic panel stood between us and these giants of the sea.
The aquarium had 4 whale sharks in this tank. It wasn’t small either. The largest in the ...