Stayed at Prince Williams Forest Park Campground and it was a short drive from Washington DC, our first few days were focused on the Goosinator and tending to our camp and Molly. The place was gorgeous - lush and green, cascaded into the forest. This whole strip of land from Missouri on east is green and plentiful of trees, almost all the highways are surrounded by millions of trees, in colorado we don't have that. We went to Waffle House for breakfast one of the days. We have been living in the camper for somewhere around 20 days now and the states, memories, and places blur together. The food was tasty and the atmosphere is different. Everyone has money around here, beautiful cars, killer traffic and cutthroat politics are 20 miles Northeast of here. A few days after that dad, Kaitlin, and I went to the capital. After a few driving mishaps we got to the metro station, like an upgraded subway or a low to the ground light rail, taking us on a full day pass. Saw the pentagon, White House, Washington monument, many other cool buildings, street vendors and politicians walking down the street. Each stop was atmospherically different, the pentagon was huge, I underestimated it's size, knowing only what it's looks like from an aerial perspective. Locked from the inside out we weren't allowed to see inside but the mere size of it got me thinking how many secret wars are they planning in there right now? The city mall was next, all the famous architectural buildings, the Washington monument had crowds of people, artistically interesting but a point in the sky... The White House is where it's at, dad and Kaitlin thought the secretary building was the White House I said no, they called me dumb. The roles reversed quickly, although it's gated in I still got a selfie with the White House that Kaitlin wanted, then last second dodged her head out of... Her loss. We walked through the streets, people watching, came about the smithsonian, it was a free day, great art and portraits, took hundreds of pictures, went to California tortilla for lunch, great burritos. We also stumbled upon the building museum which from the outside didn't appear all that fun, from the inside was a blast, we skipped general admission and went up the stairs. Little models of world renowned buildings were strung by the ceiling, I would recommend this place to anyone, I was hesitant at first but I learned a lot and added a few things to my bucket list. Overall good state, bad traffic, new cultural experience and I was within a mile of the most influential person in the country.