Third Set of Snurlough Photos Do Not Disappoint!

by Prince Of Petworth January 13, 2019 at 2:50 pm 0


“Mac loving the snow in Rock Creek Park!” from Wesley

Thanks to everyone who has been messaging such amazing photos. And thanks to Jeffrey for reminding us that Feds still working and those who follow the Feds schedule can still follow OPM for tomorrow’s work schedule:


“Skiers in Logan Circle.” by Rachel Weisel

More great ones:


“Snowballs don’t impede dog heaven in SWDC!” by Bill Irwin


From Joyce Karam


“From Meredith in Carver Langston”


“Tani from Hyattsville MD.” from Cara


Columbia Heights photo by Chelsey Christensen


Finnegan by Ursula Fox-Koor


“Steve demonstrates neither grace nor speed during our first snow in Mt Pleasant.” from Carol


“Contributing a cat one. Lucy checking out the snow.” from Tali


“@jackthepibblepotamus in silver spring” from Anna


“Cecilia in Manor Park” from ileana schinder


From Maria de los Angeles


From Ali Spittel

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The #TaftBridge as seen from the Duke Ellington Bridge. The Taft Bridge was built between 1897-1907. It was designed by engineer George S. Morison and architect Edward Pearce Casey. It is an arch bridge with unreinforced concrete arches and a reinforced concrete deck. The bridge has been called an "engineering tour de force" and the largest unreinforced concrete structure in the world. In 1931, the bridge was renamed in honor of U.S. President William Howard Taft, who frequently walked the bridge while Chief Justice of the United States. During early planning for the Washington Metro in the 1960s, the Red Line was slated to run across the bridge to connect Dupont Circle and Woodley Park. Instead, the metro was built underground. #igdc #acreativedc #bythings

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