Tag Archives: Best D.C. walking tours

Dolley Madison and the Haunted Porch?

Gentleman departing the nearby Washington Club tipped their caps to the woman softly rocking on the porch of the corner home – Dolley Madison. Some 168 years later, the late First Lady supposed is still found some nights rocking on … Continue reading

Posted in Attractions | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Wordless Wednesday: DuPont Circle art

Posted in Monuments and Statues | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Joseph Darlington fountain makes you sneak a peak

Occasionally, statues make me feel like a voyeur. Why is that man or boy naked I’m sometimes asked. It happens all too often say at the Boy Scout or Von Steuben statues near the White House. I say I don’t … Continue reading

Posted in Monuments and Statues | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The cat, horse and the general

There’s lots to talk about Gen. Philip Sheridan’s statue. It’s one of the better equestrian statues in town and the horse has a story, too. But there’s also a cat down the street keeping an eye on his old master. … Continue reading

Posted in Monuments and Statues | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Wordless Wednesday: On the National Mall

Posted in Wordless Wednesday | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Wordless Wednesday: St. John’s Chapel

Posted in Washington life | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Native Washingtonian: Cherry blossoms beyond Tidal Basin

They’re coming, and I’m not just talking about the cherry blossoms. More than 1 million people will crowd around the Tidal Basin to see the cherry blossoms with the peak expected to be later this year around April 11. (This … Continue reading

Posted in Native Washingtonian 101, Washington life | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Wordless Wednesday: King Neptune and his Court

Posted in Wordless Wednesday | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment