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Our Day in DC: WWII Memorial and the American History Museum

We did manage to squeeze in one day of adventure during Spring Break.  My parents were visiting, and there were still a lot of DC spots that they had never seen, so we headed into town.   1,128 more words

Vacation

My Trip to DC

On April 17th I went down to Washington, DC. I haven’t been there since I was in middle school so it was quite an experience. Here are some of the photos I took for Photojournalism.

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Museum Peeps

The Washington Post’s annual Peeps diorama contest inevitably contains entries reflecting current events and pop culture from the past year (see, for example, this year’s collection of Miley Cyrus-themed works, in addition to references to Edward Snowden, the Sochi Olympics, and the polar vortex).  202 more words

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Scouting Report: April 15, 2014

The Cherry Blossoms are gone, the lunar eclipse was hidden by clouds this morning and it’s been raining all day.  So what better way to keep on the move than to make a scouting run into the city?  771 more words

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Fixing D.C.: A Call to Respect Our Nation's Capital

Alongside what seemed like half of the population of the United States, my wife and I spent this past Sunday afternoon perusing the Cherry Blossoms at Washington D.C.’s annual Cherry Blossom Festival. 801 more words

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Yet Another Cherry Blossom Report

I returned to the Tidal Basin yesterday afternoon to check on the progress of the Cherry Blossoms.  The marching battalions of pre-scheduled tours are now in full swing, the tour buses that brought them here are jostling for parking spots, and the weather is balmy.  422 more words

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If you are on my suggested night tour of the memorials, your next destination is one of the most massive memorials in all of DC. The World War II Memorial is not just a memorial of the war, but it is a memorial dedicated to the states and the soldiers who lost their lives in battle. 171 more words

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