A day in Alexandria donating art supplies, recycling electronics, delivering a cat cushion—during a pandemic, we get our dates however we can. A more romantic conclusion, though: together we admired the river from a bench in Founders Park, with coffee from Dolci Gelati.
If you like stumbling upon ruins overgrown by Mother Nature, this is the place for you: remnants of the U.S. Capitol, some dating back to 1818, that were removed during a 1958 renovation and tucked away in Rock Creek Park. More details on AtlasObscura.com.
I’ve passed this cemetery for years. In the fall, it finally became a pandemic-sketchbook-destination.
On foot, I pay much more attention to details of the city in which we live.
From spring 2020 sketchbook. Walking and drawing to help maintain sanity.
So quickly, human beings demonstrate their resourcefulness.