So we are driving down to D.C. Throughout Pennsylvania where there are some lovely landscape,
but also many unforeseen twists and turns.
So we stopped for a break to enjoy the scenery. Alex, myself and Helen and
Thomas were the adventurers. They are AKA Moose and Moosette.
YUP!! It's true we have nick names too. We are RED HOT and COOL BLUE. But we
gave ourselves those nicknames since we are vain like that.
We were determined to get there, and at these speeds there is always light at
the end of the tunnel.
Ready. Set. Go. Washington D.C.
First stop the Canadian Embassy. We needed to know where it was, just in case...
well you never know, with all these spies lurking in D.C. And just look at that
security barrier. Step aside Fort Knox, the Canadians will show you how it is
"I am lost anyone know where all those big glass triangles on the floor
"What is that?... Is that the US Capitol Building?!"
"No guys, it's me Alex!!"
Those who fought in the Civil War thought they had it bad. Thomas and I brought
our ladies on this trip and this picture is worth 3 words.
"Ohhh" Cruel but funny. Right girls?
Ah well, we all get along just fine.
On a side note: If we were a KitKat bar, how hard would it be to get to
the middle without going through the outside first? VERY.
King of the (Capitol) Hill
Just some photoshop fun
Me and the Washington Monument
Penis envy of the American...is only natural
Washington Monument at Sunset
(Past 3 images) A cool streetscape I did some photo shop work around
The White House. Story time. So I pretended to press the buzzer and started saying
"Can I make an appointment with Double You". (As in George W.
Bush) Startled, someone answered anyway "Can I help you?" And I
raise my hands up in surrender and walked away. A true story.
Well at least they found it funny.
Anyway, when you got to go and you spot one of these bad boys, its
like hitting that royal flush indeed. King George is not the only one that can
sit on a thrown in Washington.
Department of Treasury
Iwo Jima - The Marine Corps War Memorial
John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy Tombs
Is it worth the price of freedom?!
Ask the Pentagon, they probably know. We only saw it from the highway. It is the
world's largest office building.
At the National Air and Space Museum http://www.nasm.si.edu/.
It's free and really cool
Alexandra showing off her flying skills
Inside the Lincoln Memorial
My man Lincoln himself
Just some photo shop fun.
My sexy girlfriend
My sexy girlfriend
Hey! You like to look?
Well it was getting dark and the spies were coming out. So we wanted to head out
Luigino! Now this is my kind of restaurant.
Instead we went to Capitol City Brewing Company CapCityBrew.com
Something just drew us there. Cool thing is you can only buy beer that they brew
there, no brands.
The sun and fun must go down, even on the best of days. So long to DC.