The day started off about 4:30AM rather iffy when I forgot to wear a belt. It ended when our bus collided at highway speed with a bench. Yes you read that right, a bench that must have fallen from another vehicle and sat square in the middle of US 29S. Some quick moves by our driver who went by the name "DC" (not a joke) helped us avoid disaster. Minor damage and all were safely returned home in one pice, barely. I returned home with some welcomed souvenirs and of course, space ice cream. Other than complaining about the low temps and some straggling the group of 200+ AHS students behaved in an exemplary manner. More on this tomorrow.
The best way to bring you the action, or lack of action , from DC on the day after the election is with photos. Enjoy.
Sweater vests are always a good call.
1st correct answer in comments section wins a free TU T-shirt(if they ever get made)
Student: "Why do they have a guy with a bowling ball in here? TU: "Ooof.?"
It truly is an awe inspiring building in so many ways. We are lucky to live so close.
"Wait what? A coffin in a pickup bed? No students...that is completely normal"
Only memorial believe it or not I've never visited. I get a lot of TJ in town.
So many quotes to like but this one stuck today. From FDR to Congress in 1935