Mamma and MiaWe got back to SLC just in time to take Morgan to the ER that night and have her admitted for atypical pneumonia. She's home now and doing much better. Gavin got the stomach flu last night and Jack had it Tuesday night. That means Morgan, Griffin and I are the only ones left to have it. Let's just say I am very cautious with my eating.
Our last day in DC-- so much we still wanted to see but didn't have the time. We knew we really wanted to go to Arlington National Cemetery and decided to spend the morning there. We took the metro to the cemetery and then a tour shuttle bus around to the main sights at the cemetery--the tomb of the unknown soldier, JFK's grave with the eternal flame, Robert Kennedy's grave, Pres. Taft's grave, and the rows and rows of headstones. This was the hottest day (100 degrees with serious humidity) and we were literally dripping wet when this tour ended. Ryan started throwing up this morning, but was feeling better by the time we got to the cemetery.
All of us on the tourmobile
Changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
We were also able to see some presidential candidates around town. Hillary was in town to announce the suspension of her campaign. I'm not sure why Barrack and McCain were there too.