Today was our last day. We had to hit up one more school before we leave. It was George Washington University. From what I can see, it was pretty dead. I bet if it wasn’t the summer it would have been more alive. The school itself is built into the city landscape, so if you’re looking for that city lifestyle while balancing the college life, you should look into this school. Anyways, not much else to talk about here. The famous Smithsonian Museum. The place that I used to imagine after watching the Night at the Museum. I always thought it would have been emptier, but it was so crowded. I’m happy my little group and I were able to find a nice quiet and peaceful exhibit. The best part it was the Nature photography exhibit because I’m also really into photography. It was cool at seeing how people frame their landscapes and subjects. The way they edit it to make the thing pop out more. I hope I improve to get to that level.
When we left the museum, we had some nice summer rain. We had some nice plastic tear-able ponchos from the Smithsonian gift shop. We were on the front steps under cover, but this security guard had to push us out into the pouring rain saying “it won’t kill you.” Well sir, It won’t save you either. In the rush of putting on my ponchos, *Disclaimer I never wore a plastic poncho before* I tore it and I had big hole on my side which gave a big wet spot there. I mean like everything was sticky. The mix between sweat, plastic, and rain made it into disaster. Happy we had some nice ramen to warm ourselves up in the end. Well this it for DC and I had a moderate okay time here. Maybe I’ll come back, but it won’t be first choice. Sorry!