Showing Tag: "washington dc" (Show all posts)

I have a dream sculpture

Posted by Andrew on Thursday, August 11, 2011, In : Ramblings 
Washington DC is about to get another piece of brand-spanking new history.

In 12 days time, the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial will be opened to the public.

It's interesting in that the memorial was proposed by some fraternity brothers back in 1984. Groundbreaking only occured five years ago, and $120 million was spent on scuplting the more than 9 meter likeness of the civil rights visionary, which will sit between the Lincoln Memorial and the Jefferson Memorial, next to the Tidal Ba...
Continue reading ...

DC - In Memorial (Part II)

Posted by Andrew on Thursday, June 10, 2010, In : Road Trips 
Sunday was a hot one. Ridonculously hot, I'm talking a hundred degrees. So we decided to spend the entire day in the sun... in Springbok rugby jerseys. I mean, why not?

Segways... awesomeness for dorks

Had another early start for our 'Masonic Segway Tour' around DC. What a kiiiiiff way of cruising! At first you feel like the world's most amazing dork, but as soon as you start cruising, ah man, you just cruise. Best way to see a city, hands down.

So there we were - gliding around DC in our S...

Continue reading ...

DC - In Memorial (Part I)

Posted by Andrew on Friday, June 4, 2010, In : Road Trips 

A band of six set out on Memorial Day weekend for an adventure into the sweaty heart of this nation's capital, Washington DC.

Hitting the I-95 on a Friday afternoon is like... well, it's like a lot of things, driving into New York City on a Friday afternoon, driving to Sandton on a Friday afternoon, driving anywhere on a Friday afternoon. It's bad ok.

Luckily! Luckily for us, we were able to leave around 1pm and brave the interstate south to the capital. 

Arriving in DC around 6pm, the Greek and...

Continue reading ...

 Video Vibe for the Moment

From the movie Drive

Whose site is it anyway?

Andrew Barry Some people call me the Earthman. Some people call me Baz. Some people call me Barry or Bar. And some people also like jazz. I think most of the people surfing this site know who I am. If not - read on, my friend...
Make a Free Website with Yola.