Entering D.C.

This morning, we are starting of in the Anacostia Tributaries Trail System, just 2 miles from the official District of Columbia border.


Today, we will cross most of D.C. metro, and we will take tomorrow off to see the sights and rest up. Blog drafts will be finished and posted for your reading pleasure. Getting to D.C. is a big milestone. We are about 150 miles into this thing.

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13 Responses to Entering D.C.

  1. Shereen says:

    Wahoo!! Congratulations you guys! Keep on truckin’!

  2. Sally says:

    Yea! Enjoy DC. You might want to spend a week there but I doubt the dogs will be welcomed in the museums anyway. If you canget into the Jefferson Memorial there is a really cool freize in the lower level.

  3. Laurie says:

    I can’t even imagine walking 150 miles. Have fun in DC!

    • Kait says:

      I couldn’t either, and yet, here we are. Only 16 days in and already the most incredible experience of my life.

  4. gene carl feldman says:

    it was great meeting the two of you yesterday as you walked into the heart of old greenbelt and we were only sorry that we both had previous commitments that we had to dash off to, otherwise, we would have liked to have had a chance to speak with you more. wishing you the very best on your adventure and hope that your lunch at the new deal cafe was as good as you had been told. all the very best wishes,
    gene and leigh

  5. Joe says:

    I have several family members in DC, 3 of whom are vets. I’ll suggest they get in touch with you.

  6. lacie says:

    You guys are amazing. So much love for all of you and so much pride in what you’re doing. I live for these little updates! Have fun in DC!

  7. Jim Shaner says:

    The cherry blossoms in Washington may start to bloom on March 18. Be sure to see the Falls of the Potomac 10 miles west of Washington.

  8. LK says:

    Hi Kait, John, Grace and Max!

    Lovely seeing you both in Rock Creek Park at Dupont yesterday! Our house has added you to our “positive vibes list”, especially once you hit West Virginia. Bonne Chance!

    • Kait says:

      it was great to meet you too. thank you so much for your kind words of encouragement and the positive vibes being sent from your house. wish us luck in WV! we hear it is the most difficult part, but also one of the most beautiful.

  9. Kathleen and April White says:

    Keep up your health, all 4 of you and congratulations on your ongoing walk.
    The Queenstown Whites

  10. Umair says:

    Congrats guys, Keep it up!!!

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