NAWB Report: Sightseeing

While taking a break from the hustle and bustle of the NAWB conference, the Blogland figured it was time to chase the childhood days, so away we went, visiting two places I lived as a kid while my father was stationed in DC:

An apartment near Greenbelt, MD that has moved a little more upscale since I was a kid:


What had been Army-owned housing in the Maryland countryside after a first life as a missile test pad, but has since gone private and decidedly downhill. It's in an area called Croom, just a couple of miles up the road from Charles Town, which was once a village and the county seat of Prince George's County
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So you win some, you lose some. Still, it was nice to visit those places so many years later and see that I still recognized them.

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