The Journey to Freedom

The Journey to Freedom

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Check Off

We had a big bucket list item checked off today.  The Seniors missionaries in the mission when to Annapolis.  That is Maryland's state capitol is located.  The Maryland State House is located in Annapolis and is the oldest state capitol in continuous legislative use, dating to 1772. It houses the Maryland General Assembly and offices of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor. The capitol has the distinction of being topped by the largest wooden dome in the United States constructed without nails.

The only draw back was that it was soooo hot today.  It was the hottest day of the year.  It was 97 but with the high humidity it felt like 106.  Between last night at the Marine Parade and being out in the heat all day today I felt like we have about sweat to death.  We drank bottles of water but we were still really hot but we had a great day in spite of that.  



Senior Activity to Annapolis

This hotel or inn John Adams stayed at as well as Thomas Jefferson. 

250 year old tree.

Cool old houses.  Four of the signers of the Declarations of Independence lived in Annapolis

Chesapeake Bay

Main Street

Street leading to the state capitol

Cool House

Chesapeake Bay

World War II Memorial dedicated to those that died from Maryland


Maryland state flag is a coat of arms.  

When Trina was here she thought these trees looked they had been peeled with a carrot peeler. 

Someone painted this on their house.  They even made an extra windos.  

We ate crab cakes here and it was the best I have ever eaten.  It had homemade pies.  It was a great place to eat.  


Work out physicality at the Naval Academy.  





This Navy new recruits are in training.  



Utah State flag.





Are tour guide said that when you see Japanese Torpedo it means they didn't kill anyone.  




Bancroft Hall












This is the typical cadet room.  The closet is organized and the socks are even folded a certain way. 



There was a wedding going on so we couldn't go in the church.  










These models were made by prisoners out of bone. 









There mascot is a goat. 


Senate building

State Capitol of Maryland

3 comments:

  1. What a cool trip! So I want to make sure I understood you correctly. The prisoners made all those boat models out of bones? Were they animal bones?

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  2. That seems like a cool place to visit. Crazy they made those boats from bones.

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  3. Cool pictures, but yuck, your weather sounds like Florida.

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