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Old 04-13-2013, 08:22 AM   #171
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I can't say enough good things about Bob and Cindy and their hard work at organizing these rallies. Many thanks to them.

A few more pics that I took during the Cherry Blossom Festival. Of the war memorials we visited, I feel that the Korean War Memorial does the best job at paying tribute to those who served. The Marine Memorial is a close secondÖmy opinion of course.

Here are two views of the Korean War Memorial.





With no tours scheduled on Thursday the 4th, Ralph and Adrienne (RalphieAdie) were kind enough to invite us to join them on a trip to the Air and Space Museum Annex next to the Dulles Airport. Iím so glad they did because I donít have the proper attitude for driving in Wash D.C. traffic. The annex was huge and housed some truly historic aircraft. Thank you RalphieAdie.

The Enola Gay B-29 Superfortress Bomber


The Space Shuttle Discovery.
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Old 04-13-2013, 08:38 AM   #172
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Glad you guys had so much fun! Thanks for sharing. Washington DC is truly a remarkable place....all that history....it's haunting, really.
I'm a huge Lincoln fan and I streamed tears when at his memorial. One, because he was senselessly assassinated, and Two, because I'm lucky enough to live in a country that allows me to travel freely.
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We had a fabulous time at Cherry Hill. We are so appreciative to Bob and Cindy for all of your organizational skills for the trip. So many terrific memories of that trip. We left there for southern MD and are now in Virginia. This is our maiden voyage with our new MicroLite. And a great one it has been.

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We second that. Bob and Cindy do a great job of organizing, but what makes them truly special is the "extra" care that they show to everyone. From looking for answers, making sure that everyone is safe and cared for, and for the knack that they have to make you feel like one of the family! Not something everyone could or would do. Kudos guys! And many many thanks
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Glad you guys had so much fun! Thanks for sharing. Washington DC is truly a remarkable place....all that history....it's haunting, really.
I'm a huge Lincoln fan and I streamed tears when at his memorial. One, because he was senselessly assassinated, and Two, because I'm lucky enough to live in a country that allows me to travel freely.
Amen to that!!!
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