April 9, 2014 · 6:15 PM
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Please join us for evening stroll as we walk some of the DC memorials along the National Mall. During our walk we will join at the memorials to read some passages from the Bible, discuss biblical meanings/history, and observe (and locate) engraved quotes and passages that may have some religious meanings. This will be most successful if people have quotes, thoughts, and passages in the bible that you would like to share at a particular memorial. So please post or email if you are able to share a passage from the Bible or engraved quotes you are fond of.
On this month's evening walk we will hit the following points along a 4 mile hike: Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, Roosevelt "FDR" Memorial, Martin Luther King Memorial, and Lincoln Memorial
Details: Meet at 6:15pm sharp at the Smithsonian Metro Station on the National Mall (Do not take the exit for Independence Ave). If you want to come and will be late, please give me the heads up! Cars, free 3hr parking along the Mall on Jefferson and Madison Streets. Please bring your bibles (if you have one), walking shoes, jacket, some water, and a good attitude as we take a 4 mile stroll and return to the metro station around 8:30-9pm, depending on the number of stops we make to check out the monuments by moonlight.
Proposed Route Map: http://goo.gl/maps/Wn8mF
A special note that this walk is planned for the time the Cherry Blossoms are predicted to be in peak bloom (April 8-12)!