The wedding itself was at a mountain top facility. We were chaufeured there in several school busses on a steep, winding dirt road that made for a hair-raising adventure. I was thankful the transmission held up, and hoped the brakes would also, for the ride down. The weather was perfect and the wedding was lovely.
The view from the venue.
Thirty-four years since college and we're still hanging out together!
Before heading back home, we managed a bonus day sightseeing in Washington DC. I hadn't been there in a long time, so it was a pleasure to visit the monuments and museums.
We also visited the Museum of American History, the National Gallery of Art, and had lunch at the restaurant on the top of the Hotel Washington. The White House can be seen clearly from the restaurant. We didn't see any famous politicians during lunch, so hopefully they are doing something useful (or are on vacation)!
This was a great exhibition!
George Bellows "A Stag At Sharkey's" 1917, lithograph
Martin Lewis, "Stoops in Snow" 1930 dry point etching
Claus Oldenburg sculpture