All the Utah Davis clan took a trip back East to visit the Maryland Davis clan. It was fun to see where Clark and Kara live and explore some of the sites around them.
Here we are at Ft. McHenry, you know Francis Scott Key, Star Spangled Banner? Epic
A must see in Baltimore.
We all went to an Orioles game one night. The sign above us is pronounced "Utah" Street. C'mon Easterners...
This is the closest Nate has come to finishing a marathon yet... hehe
We spent a day in D.C., love D.C., here we are at the White House. Notice the protest going on behind us, mind you it was a peaceful protest.
Nate and I have bad luck trying to see Ford's Theater. Every time we go for a tour it is closed. Well, we stuck out again. Makes for a good outside picture though.
One of the funnest things was watching these three girlies play. On this particular night they threw a concert for us with Gracie's violin. We could have some budding virtuosos on our hands.
A monument at Valley Forge, PA
We only had a short time here, but it is huge, and beautiful.
Liberty Bell in Philadelphia
Senate Chamber in Congress Hall
After doing my internship at the Capitol it was fun to see both chambers and the committee rooms and such because I could visualize what went on in those rooms.
This is where the Declaration and the Constitution were deliberated and signed. It is one of my favorite places to visit. It was fun because I had just taught about much of the 1700s and 1800s in student teaching and we were able to see many of the sites.
You can't go to Philly without having a Philly Cheesesteaks. Nate researched and found us one of the top restaurants in Philly. Campos Phillys.
We commandeered the Washington Family Pew for church at Christ's Church in Philly
Elferth's Alley. Homes date back to 1701.
It was a great trip. It was so fun to play with everyone and spend time all together!