Enter if you will into the beautiful and imaginary Bishop’s Garden. Walking through the ivy laden archway through to the knot garden we will stroll. Our way watched by blooming Camelias. Inside it will be perpetual spring with Cherry trees blooming profusely, lining our walk with light and […]
Arlington National Cemetery, the most sacred resting place for American military and their families in the United States. Situated on land originally owned by the Custis Family, and wife of General Robert E. Lee, that was seized by the Union army during the American Civil War. In 1864, with […]
What could be behind the door?
This past Monday, I went into the woods with six of my hiking buddies. The objective? To clean and clear out some trails that had a number of trees felled due to Hurricane Sandy. As we will be hiking this route in several weeks with the regular hiking […]
Funny how one little white house can have such a strong global impact. As the world knows, today heralds one of the more significant days in American history. American voters can exercise their right to vote and hope that their ideals and values win in today’s Presidential election. […]
As most of us are ready for Sandy to make landfall, just remember ‘The Old Guard’ is out there today, still guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The tomb has been guarded continuously since 1937. This is what dedication to service is all about and their mission […]
High along the exterior walls of the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. is an elaborate drainage system. Gargoyles are part of the extensive water removal system designed to decorate and protect the Cathedral all at the same time. Here is a short video clip of the gargoyles in […]
Pink pink everywhere. With feathers, beaks and feet Pink just seems to be on the move. Should they look this away, or that away. Just who is the bigger pink? A little nibble here, a little nibble there. Pink is in constant motion. I think I need a […]