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Daughters of the American Revolution

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The Awakening now entertains tourists

For 36 years, a 70-foot statue has been trying to get up in the morning. Guess I’m not so slow after all. The Awakening is a 70-foot statue of a man trying to get up from the earth. There are … Continue reading

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Nighttime at the Willard Hotel

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The Occidental

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Willard Hotel at Christmas

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Willard Hotel at Christmastime

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Merry Christmas in Washington

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Rainy night at National Theatre

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White House at Christmas

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Even Pandas wait at Metro Center

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Wordless Wednesday: Robin Hill winery

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Wordless Wednesday: Things are looking up for me

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Wordless Wednesday: Lincoln Memorial

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Wordless Wednesday: St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral

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Wordless Wednesday: Three Soldiers Statue at Vietnam Wall

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Olive Risley Seward: The lady was a daughter

On the edge of Seward Square is a statue of a Victorian woman looking at the grassy area. Turns out it’s a long story and a good one. William Seward was Secretary of State who not only bought Alaska for … Continue reading

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Happy Fourth of July

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Wordless Wednesday: My 45th state visited

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Wordless Wednesday: World War II Memorial

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Wordless Wednesday: Mount Vernon slave quarters

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