While we were in Atlanta, we also spent some time at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Site and visited the Center for Civil and Human Rights museum. Since none of us had ever been to a presidential library, we decided to visit the Carter Presidential Library while we were in town! And, of […]Read more "Atlanta: The City"
Every year, my friends and I plan a long weekend somewhere so that we can see each other and be tourists somewhere together! This year, we went to Atlanta, which is where Rosemary and Tim live! Since I had only ever been to the Atlanta airport and not into the city at all, I was […]Read more "Atlanta: Tallulah Gorge"
After seeing the baby bear the day before, it would be hard to top that! However, somehow our last day together in D.C. managed to do JUST THAT, since we got to tour the West Wing in the White House. As you can imagine, there are not pictures allowed inside, but I was able to […]Read more "Washington, D.C. – Part Four"
When we were planning this trip, we decided that one of the days we’d get out of the city and go explore nature. We had Shenandoah Valley in mind, since Rose and I had never been there, but we were open to other things, too! Rukku suggested Great Falls National Park in Maryland, and then […]Read more "Washington, D.C. – Part Three"
As soon as we decided on DC, I told Rosemary and Rukku that I really wanted to take a night and walk around the monuments to take pictures. I had two shots in mind – one of the Lincoln Memorial and one of the Washington Monument with the Reflecting Pool. I got those shots, and […]Read more "Washington, D.C. – Part Two"
Last year, beginning with our Utah trip, my friends Rosemary, Rukku, and I all decided we wanted to try and plan a weekend trip each year since we all live so far away from each other. It’s nice to catch up and see each other AND see new things! This year, we decided on Washington, […]Read more "Washington, D.C. – Part One"