my food blog. I haven't shared it just yet but the posts will be up soon.
We didn't do the "usual" stuff, in the sense that we didn't head straight to the Mall and the monuments. The main reason we wanted to head down to DC was to see the cherry blossoms. But guess what? The day before we were heading down, Mother Nature had a sobbing fit (re: it rained) so most of the blooms were washed away. So, we decided to do some more unusual stuff.
Our first stop was the Washington National Cathedral. A few years ago, there was an earthquake which destroyed parts of the church but it's still beautiful. Admission is $10, which isn't bad at all, right? The building and grounds are gorgeous.
Okay, so my camera does this weird thing where it says the memory card is full even when it isn't and that's what happened about half an hour into walking around the cathedral. That happened just as D was trying to snap the photo below. So, she whipped out her iPhone and I whipped out mine. No big deal; sometimes, crap happens and you just have to go with the flow.
One of my favorite bits was the little mini cathedral on top of the signs.
So that's that for my Cathedral photos. I'm slowly editing photos and sorting through the best shots so the DC posts will come a bit sporadically. Please check in when you get a chance!