Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Return To OAS - And Some Exercise

After being away for so long, today I finally went back down to Washington, DC to check up on Operation American Spring.  As it turned out, there were only a few people hanging around at our spot, known as Camp Liberty.  There was only one sign present, held to a frame of PVC pipe by elastic bands.  Chloe the Patriotic Pooch barked at me and then turned over for a belly rub.

With some help, I got this closer shot of the OAS flag.

During the day, I walked all the way down to the Korean War Memorial.  I had been there several times before, but had never gotten any pictures.  Here are most of the statues, which look like men advancing through harsh terrain.  You can see part of the reflecting wall to the left.

Here are most of the statues from a different angle.

This is part of the reflecting wall.  You can see reflections of some statues and surrounding trees, along with the pictures incorporated into the wall.

On the way back to Camp Liberty, I took a shot of the John Paul Jones Memorial.  The statue faces north, and is therefore never in sunlight, but with a cloud passing overhead, the background was also in shade.

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