S: Washington DC 2011
BC: Made with love by Dana Hoenigschmidt Photos by Janice Schwartz and Susan Hoenigschmidt
FC: Washington DC 2011
1: And We're Off Sept. 25, 2011
2: The moms out on their own. United States Botanical Garden... Where are the Orchids? | Monday, September 26th
3: *Moonlight tour of the monuments on the Old Town Trolley Tour*
4: Franklin D. Roosevelt Monument.
5: Iwo Jima Memorial Monday, Sept 26, 2011
6: Korean War Memorial
8: A day on Capital Hill meeting with our Representatives to ask them to protect Cancer Research and Prevention funding! | American Cancer Society, Cancer Action Network Day on the Hill. Hundreds of volunteers all dressed in blue make quite a statement!
10: One Night Rodeo | ACS CAN Diamond Celebration
11: Tuesday, September 27 | A world with less cancer is a world with more birthdays. One Night Rodeo joins other artists & musicians to help fight back against cancer.
12: Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back. | Candle Light Ceremony
13: This was such a moving experience for all of us. The Luminaria were lit all the way around the Reflection Pool. | Tuesday, September 27
14: Union Station Fire Station China Town Wednesday, Sept. 28 | "When I am President"
15: Susan: "Wait, I need to take a picture of the cute fire station... again!"
16: Janice wearing her Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis bracelet! | Please do not touch the furniture!
17: Thursday, September 29th. Tour of the White House set up by Senator Amy Klobuchar's office. | The White House
18: Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA 09/29/2011 | Memorials
19: We traveled by limo, taxi, train, bus, foot, and pedicab in one day. | Queen Dana
20: The Kennedy Memorials
21: The changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers
22: "It Effervesces" | Wine tasting and boat cruise. Hostess Pam, or is it Pat?
23: DC Harbor Cruises Saturday, Oct 1st | Making Friends | We were greeted by Pat who invited us to the lower level. We chose the upper level and thought Pam was Pat. Later, we went to the lower level and we thought Pat was Pam. We didn't realize they were twins!
24: VROOM~ VROOM!
25: Museum of Crime and Punishment Sunday, October 2nd | The Pillory was considered the worst form of punishment because the offender had to stand. Onlookers often threw fruit or stones making the punishment even worse.
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