Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Home Again

Well, it was a pretty easy and straightforward trip home. We made it quickly and easily out of DC - we were thinking there would be traffic jams but didn't come upon any as we were leaving at 9 am.

For the first 1/3 of the trip, it was fun to be driving among fellow Inaugural attendees - they were easy to spot because of the ultra dirty car exterior (just like ours!), the many Obama stickers, and the writing on the windows, like the one on the right from Oklahoma. And, they filled the rest stops along the way, still abuzz with excitement and wearing their Obama gear. As the miles passed, though, everyone dispersed and headed off in different directions and we only spotted a fellow attendee every once in awhile. So ends our exciting adventure to DC.

When we arrived home, we were happy to discover that the cats had gone easy on each other, they hadn't eaten the fish, and the house was as snug as ever. Tomorrow...back to school and work!


Beth said...

I've enjoyed sharing your adventure with you--what a fantastic opportunity to witness history. My daughter is a student at George Washington University and was in the crowd for both the concert and the inauguration. I'm sure that none of you who witnessed it firsthand will ever forget the experience.

mouse (aka kimy) said...

thanks for dropping in at the mouse and leaving a note and a head's up about your great post about your inauguration celebration experiences and an invitation to drop in and see your photos. great pics!

enjoy your blog and love, love, love western mass - the hancock shaker village is one of my spiritual homes. when I lived in ct I tried to get up at least twice a year during different seasons to experience the turning, turning....

see you around....

Loveanewidea said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and reading about our adventures! It was really unforgettable.
PS - You're blog is terrific!

Can't wait to see all your pics!
Your comment reminded me that I forgot to mention HSV in my Berkshire County post - we love it too.


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