Archive for May, 2011

Posted at May 28, 2011 by 3 Comments

71. Library of Congress

One of my new year's resolutions for this year was to get out into the city and experience some of the iconic DC landmarks.  You know, those places that those of us living in the DC area may write off ...

70. Sandy Point State Park

Thought you might like  something a bit different now that the weather is finally acting right. Sandy Point State Park is a little escape from the city to get some sand between your toes and some sun on those legs that probably haven't seen the light of day since the Reagan ...

Posted at May 27, 2011 by 3 Comments

69. National Air and Space Museum

Thinking about checking out the National Air and Space Museum? Awesome.  It's regarded as the best aviation museum anywhere in the world. And for good reason.  Imagine in one place you get to check out the Apollo II command module, the Wright Brothers' 1903 Flyer, and a piece of the freaking ...

Posted at May 26, 2011 by 3 Comments

68. Washington National Cathedral

The Washington National Cathedral in DC is a simply awe inspiring place.  The towering architecture, the strikingly beautiful stained glass, the serene gardens...it's one of  those truly magical locations in Washington DC. Whether you're religious or not, you'll be able to appreciate the beauty that is the Washington National Cathedral.  Sure, ...

Posted at May 25, 2011 by 2 Comments

67. Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O) Canal Georgetown

The recent spate of lovely weather reminded me to share this experience with you: The C&O Canal in Georgetown. To be clear the canal actually goes for almost 200 miles, but the Georgetown section is especially fun. Spend a few moments reflecting on the years of history that has shaped the C&O ...

Posted at May 24, 2011 by 1 Comment

66. See Christylez Bacon Live

As you know, I very rarely feature musical artists or concerts on the blog.  Just a little rule I made for myself when I started this journey:  Write posts that will be relevant years from now. And for me to break my little rule, the artist would have to ...

Posted at May 20, 2011 by 2 Comments
Category : Arts,Featured,Live Music
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65 Smithsonian American Art Museum

I'm always on the lookout for little spots where I can hang out and work on this blog.  Well, I can't really call it work because this has been more fun than anything else. One of the spots that I do spend some time at is the Smithsonian American Art Museum ...

Posted at May 18, 2011 by 9 Comments
Category : Featured,Museums
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64. Andrews Air Force Base Open House and Air Show

Remember as a kid how you loved airplanes?  For me flying felt like magic. I lived close enough to the airport that I could hear planes fly over all day.  And each time I would run outside to get a glimpse. It never grew old. Well today's addition to our Things to ...

Posted at May 15, 2011 by 2 Comments

63. Takorean Food Truck DC

Good peeps, your second helping of Food Truck Fridays is here! I know, I'm a day late, but if you don't say anything it will be quickly forgotten. On to the Takorean Food Truck goodness! Yeah the lines ...

Posted at May 14, 2011 by 1 Comment
Category : Featured,Restaurants
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62. Jamaican food at Caribbean Delight II

Man listen, all this walking is hurting my feet! Ohh money looks sweet, (where) driving the Isuzu Jeep! It's a weird thing. I often associate Jamaican food with Biggie (The rapper).  Well his mom is Jamaican, and he was known to throw in  Jamaican patois in his songs. So this lyric was ...

Posted at May 12, 2011 by 13 Comments
Category : Featured,Restaurants
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