Monthly Archives: July 2012

Braving the Bio-active Waters of the Potomac

Will kids fare better in the longterm by sparring with germs in the Potomac River? Hope so! photo by Lynn Johnson

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Signage Run Amok

Invasive signs are sprouting up alongside the Capital Crescent Trail. The Canal Trust signs appear (at least) temporary. In contrast, the absurd “No Motor Vehicles” signs appear to have deeper roots.

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In the Yard

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DC HPO Work Plan 2013

Over the past ten years, I have sought to understand what happens to the cultural resources of the District of Columbia. During this time, I have managed to research DC artifacts at the Smithsonian collections, the NPS collections facility, archeological … Continue reading

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Archeo Camp June 28

On Thursday we hiked into Rock Creek Park via Soapstone Valley. Alongside the creek we spotted something carved on a rock. It was reminiscent of the Silsby petroglyph on display at Great Falls. Plopped down in Soapstone Valley, you’d never … Continue reading

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