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Where the Water Meets the Sand

A book often finds its way into the hands and the heart of a reader at just the right moment. It can sit, unattended, for months, balancing chapters on a TBR pile, gathering… 787 more words

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More from Washington DC with the Colorado Traveling Ducks

Today we are still writing about Washington D.C.   Again, there is so much here.   This memorial honors the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   Dr. 439 more words

The ColoradoTraveling Ducks Visit Washington D.C.

This is the Washington Monument.

We are in Washington D.C.   This is exciting.   We see these monuments on television at home and now we, Zeb the Duck and Soapy Smith Duck are here.   520 more words

17.7.2016 Behind closed doors

We found a great breakfast from The Corner Bakery & Cafe in Arlington, right next to a metro station. So perfect food and a perfect spot. 436 more words

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Tomb of the Unknown

Known But To God

Changing of the Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia. The changing of the guard is a moving and solemn ceremony. 44 more words

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Three Legionnaires, two wreaths, one purpose

The American Legion, By Andrea C. Dickerson, Jul 14, 2016 –

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American Legion member and Volunteer Director for Soldier’s Wish, Mark Ochsenbein, and his wife Sherrie, lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery. 406 more words

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Arlington National Cemetery and Holocaust Museum Ask People to Catch Pokémon Elsewhere

As the Pokémon Go craze sweeps the nation, players are turning up in some inappropriate places to “catch ’em all.”

Two somber memorials in the area, the Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Arlington National Cemetery, are designated PokéStops and therefore hot spots for players of the virtual game. 157 more words

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