October in The District of Columbia

The Washington Monument at night from a moving vehicle.
We had great fun on our recent trip to Washington, D.C.  Wyatt and I mostly just played, went sightseeing and to the museums while Byron spent his days at a scientific conference. We enjoyed the good company of Bonnie, Joe, and eight-week-old Oliver each day and their cats, Milo and Jax.  Thanks to their generous loan of a stroller, we walked everywhere we could, hopped the Metro a few times (oh, if only Seattle could get one of those . . . ) and almost took the Tourmobile.  We had dinner at Luigi's, enjoyed homemade portabello cheese steaks, and on our last day, ate a delicious lunch at Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant near Logan's Circle.   Our week sped by too quickly, but we certainly enjoyed every minute.

Outside the north gate of The White House
Union Station architecture
Calder mobile in the East Wing of the National Gallery
From the permanent Calder exhibit
More Calder
Wyatt and I had a picnic on The Mall -- Fig Newmans, bananas, and yogurt for him, a pretzel with mustard for me.
Serious topaz at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum
T-Rex
Julia Child's kitchen
The Washington Monument on a sunny afternoon
At the National Zoo
Luckily, Wyatt liked the actual Giant Pandas
Oliver and his dad
Oliver (in a bit of a milk coma) and his mom, Bonnie
Wyatt and his adventurous new feline friend, Milo



Comments

jill pratt said…
great photos...really makes me want to go back. will have to get that on the calendar!
B+J said…
It was so fun having you here!! Milo went through Wyatt withdrawl when you left...actually, we all did!

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