Scout Trip 2002
Grand Tetons (Someone had been away from women for way too long)
Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
Grand Prismatic Spring
Bonus Picture: Me on the Snake River after staying up half the night planning the next day.
If you’ve never been, I highly recommend you visit Arlington Cemetery at least once in your life. I was there in 2009 and the only pictures I took were of the JFK memorial, and the view of D.C. from there. Beyond that, I have too much respect for the fallen to photograph their final resting place.
I work in that area all the time. In fact I drove past Arlington Cemetery twice today. Sold pumps for the Marine Corps Memorial that sits beside there and the base beside it (the four top generals live in that base. Four giant houses on one street and four wives that are more concerned with having the bigger or better this or that than the other three…). Just today I spent all day at Reagan airport.
I’ve only been IN Arlington Cemetery one time.
Its funny how when you live somewhere you never seem to actually notice what’s really around you.
Take the time to go to your local park.
Land of the free. The constitution. Freedom to complain about your government when you are not happy with it.
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If you’ve never been, I highly recommend you visit Arlington Cemetery at least once in your life.
I would like to second that.
I was there on a honor flight last year and it’s just my guess if your on this forum you really would appreciate the trip.
Thank God for the Constitution and the Bill of Rights!!!