District of Columbia

 

Dear and I are enjoying the sights in Washington D.C. but not so much the internet at our first hotel. We are moving to our new hotel today and hopefully the internet access will be more cooperative for me. I haven’t been able to load pictures onto my blog like usual. At the end of the day after seeing so much my brain goes into a very uncreative mode so I’ll save most of my D.C. posts for when I get back to Washington State. Yesterday we visited the Washington National Cathedral and did a drive by all the major D.C. stand outs. Today we are going to Arlington National Cemetery. We’ll do indoor stuff like museums after today because the weather is threatening to turn on us with rain and thunderstorms. The photo above was taken from the Tour Trolley as we passed the Capitol.

Hope all is well…

Photobucket replaced all my photos with blurred out versions and they are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

6 thoughts on “District of Columbia

  1. I so want to go back to visit DC. There is just so much to see and do. I totally agree with the way mental creativity goes missing on a trip away from home. Do it all!!!

  2. Trolly tours are the best! I always learn something, and once took the San Diego trolly tour after living there for nearly fifty years and learned a bunch of stuff about my home town.

  3. Hmmm, no picture visible for me. Hope your new digs are better. So excited for you. I LOVE D.C. and it’s been years since I’ve been. There is so much to see there…I wonder how many weeks it would take to see all the museums, memorials and special buildings. GLORY….praying strength for your days and deep rest for your nights! Keep track of any good places to eat. The girls and grandpa go next week. :o)

  4. Ellen, I have a friend who was buried at Arlington National Cemetery last month. She was one of my “Red Hat” friends and she’s been pictured in my blog several times in the past few years. If you hadn’t already been to Arlington, I would send her name and maybe you could find her grave. She was just past 50 and passed away after a 12 year fight with breast cancer.

    I keeping thinking about your feet! I remember the miles and miles of walking that seeing things at Washington DC requires! 😀

    • LaTeaDah,
      We’ve already been to Arlington and it was quite sobering. It would have been something to try to find a grave for sure. Thanks for thinking about my feet. They aren’t letting me forget they are down there!

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