Sunday, April 4, 2010

Cherry Blossom Festival

On Saturday I went to the Cherry Blossom Festival and saw some sights in D.C. with Chris and Michaela. The trees are beautiful! It was really crowded because the weather has been so nice, but it was still fun and a perfect way to spend General Conference weekend.

Not a great picture, but you can see that the cherry blossom trees surround the whole river. Very very pretty.

Metro with Michaela
Albert Einstein Monument (simple, but very cool)
The ground is covered in all sizes of metal studs that represent a map of the stars and sun, moon, planets and stuff as they were at noon on April 22, 1979 when the monument was unveiled.
Vietnam Memorial. Very cool. Probably my favorite thing we saw all day.
Abraham Lincoln
Walking up to Lincoln Memorial
Michaela and I with Mr. Lincoln!
I found Utah!!!
At the World War 2 Memorial, all of the pillars in the background represent the 50 states and other countries that we own or whatever. That's what's in the picture above this one.
Didn't go there on Saturday, but that's Thomas Jefferson there.
Picture of Washington Monument with Michaela.


  1. cool pics Jordan. looks like you are seeing lots of history. Lucky.

  2. Those cherry blossom's are beautiful!