Wow. I can’t believe it’s finally here. Our big trip to Washington, DC!
I met up with Chris, who was coming from Virgina (he secretly had a Virginia t-shirt on under his Grand Rapids t-shirt, but I made him keep the Grand Rapids one on top, cuz everyone represents their hometown when they visit DC since no one really lives there).
We were so excited, we took a picture by chris’s SUV. We didn’t hardly see any other Michigan plates while we were there so it’s a good thing we got this one in our first photo.
Since we always hear about the great subway (they call it a metro here though) in DC, we went to ride it. It was pretty confusing and suuuuper busy, but we finally got on the right subway/. We couldn’t really get any good pics in there, though cuz it was soooo dark!
We got pretty close to where we were going and got off, but we still had a ways to walk. On the way, we saw a neighborhood fair going on and we stopped to take pictures with a funny guy who was juggling. Chris thought he might be homeless so we left before he could beg for any money.
I don’t know who would want to buy a big rug with a dog on it, but I do know who would want to take a picture in front of it…THIS GUY!
Chris is into indie music and hopes to someday find a box of money, so he was super excited when he saw this hip indie music club. Hey I just realized we took pictures in front of a dog and a cat! Haha. LOL!
Later Chris and I joined a tour group and we went to see the Whitehouse.
Doesn’t Chris look like such a fat-ass in this picture? Haha, it was just the wind blowing all around. I guess politicians really do blow a lot of hot air.
Chris took some acid and wouldn’t stop talking to this rabbit. He was trying to get directions, but the rabbit didn’t really speak good english so we left and tried to find a place to buy a t-shirt that said FBI or CIA or I heart DC.
Look! A slice of back home!
This is Chris’s artsy shot. We took it outside a big museum (we didn’t go in, boooo-riiiing) I think he was hoping someone would see him taking it and he would get discovered and become a rich photographer like Anne Geddes. Sorry Chris, I’m a cutie, but I’m no little green baby in a giant fake pea-pod!
Later we got a tip from a “Hoya” named Chaz that the stairs from some scene in the exorcist were in Georgetown. We went there and took pictures of us pretending to fall.