Colonial Williamsburg

April 11, 2018 Favorite line of the day: "Are those raisins?" Asked by a student looking at a dessert place setting with fake cakes on the table. They may have been flies.

A WWII veteran wanted to keep me

April 10, 2018 He hugged me and would not let go. I pick my group of 5th graders up super early at Dulles and then we went to visit memorials before the Smithsonian museums open at 10 a.m. We see a bus full of Honor Flight, who are veterans visiting memorials usually just for a... Continue Reading →

Pennsylvania Dutch Country

April 6, 2018 Another fantastic day. Left our hotel in D.C. early this morning, headed to Gettysburg and did the usual Movie, Cyclorama and two-hour battlefield tour. Then to Amish country for food food and more food before bowling in Philadelphia.

Washington D.C.

April 5, 2018 An amazing day with an amazing group from Los Angeles, California. They had a wreath laying at Arlington National Cemetery yesterday which was absolutely perfect and today we did so many things I cannot even keep track. My feet hurt so bad it's not even funny. This time of year it's like... Continue Reading →

50 Years Later

April 4, 2018 "They told us we wouldn't get here.¬†And there were those who said that we would get here only over their dead bodies, but all the world today knows that we are here and we are standing before the forces of power in the state of Alabama saying, 'We ain't gon' let nobody... Continue Reading →

Theatre and the Arts, NYC

March 10, 2018 This is one more my favorite tours because I love my thespian groups! Having worked in theatre and film for many years, I can actually relate to these high school kids, probably more now than when I was actually in high school. This is a very Liberal group from Texas, in love... Continue Reading →

NYC Post “Storm”

March 8, 2018 Today, New York City...Take Two. We were the first ones on the ferry this morning. Hopped off for 5 minutes at Liberty Island to take a photo up Lady Liberty's dress, and then hopped on the ferry back to Ellis Island.

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