Super Cool Trip to the National Mall in D.C.
This is a bit off topic here, but I figured some of you might get a kick out of seeing what our family did for spring vacation. Denise and I took the kids to Washington D.C. on the train (out of Providence). We saw went to The National Archives and saw the great American documents – The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, and The Bill of Rights. We also visited the World War II Memorial and The Lincoln Memorial and toured the Air & Space Museum.
I’m embarrassed to admit that it took me this long to visit our nation’s capital, but the trip was a blast and something that every American should have a chance to do.
The Washington Monument as seen from the World War II Memorial
The Smith Family heads out to D.C.
The Air & Space Museum (Absolutely beyond cool for all gear heads)
The original Wright Brothers airplane
Saturn 5 rocket engine
My son Adam in front one of the most impressive engines ever built
Above: Lincoln Memorial, Below: Wisconsin pillar of World War II Memorial
Nicole, Adam, and Madison Smith (L to R)
Madison and Adam with original P-51 at the Air & Space Museum