Sunday, June 2, 2013

Mini golfing at National Building Musuem and Archives Musuem

We found a mini golf course for $5 at the National Building Museum.  Different architects and artists built the mini golf course holes.  There are two courses, we went on the blue course.  We had a good time.  It has been really warm in D.C and Fairfax lately so it was fun to do something inside. Some of these holes were so hard.  Tomorrow's water was such a hard hole.  It would fall off the sides and there was no simple path to get the ball to a hole in one. On the imagination powers of the future hole my ball was so close to a hole in one. It stopped at the lip of the hole and would not fall in.   Afterwards, we had some time and figured we were downtown already.  We walked to the Archives Museum were the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights are on display.  It is a pretty cool museum. 

They had a cool display of all these things on file.  They have a way to do family history there. I thought that was pretty neat.  It was neat to see in person the declaration of Independence.  It is really faded because someone left it in direct sunlight.  Oops.  It was very heavily guarded.  It was a pretty busy display but only about 60 people can be in the room at a time.

Jason golfing

Imagination Powers the Future

Malleable Green Hole

Mt. Vernon Triangulation

The Future is looking up/Rooftop

My sad face, I was so close to getting a hole in one

Tomorrows water, such a hard hole

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