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Washington Monument, Friday, July 15 and Saturday, July 16, 2016

Playing catch up here.  The first half of July was crazy for me.  Such is life.

First, something extremely cute
A little 3-month-old girl just stared at me and drooled through my whole elevator talk.   375 more words

Washington Monument

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

A Saturday Spent in Washington, D.C.

Happy Tuesday and welcome back to Allison in Wonderland!  This past weekend, I headed back to Washington, D.C. for the day and I can’t wait to tell you all about it, so let’s jump right into it! 463 more words

Travel

Weekly History Update - First Week, October 2013, Part 2.

125 years ago, October 9, 1888: The Washington Monument officially opens to the general public. The Washington Monument is a marble, granite and bluestone gneiss obelisk located on National Mall in Washington, D.C., and built to commemorate George Washington’s service to the formation United States of America. 539 more words

Weekly History Updates

Monumental Stars and Stripes

This is a watercolor and black ink artwork of the Washington Monument in Washington, DC, with a red, white and blue, stars and stripes theme: 7 more words

Art

Hot Time, Summer in the City

KI and I are trying to get on level ground again after the past month of ups and downs. We will be traveling to a remote lake for a long weekend in hopes of recharging-well not so remote. 375 more words

Kathi Isserman