Photo by Kat
Kat shares with us over the weekend: “In case anyone was wondering how the fourth year of construction at Hains Point pool is going”
Kinza asks: “I am looking for adult swimming lessons in DC, I live in SW but I have a car so I’m able to travel. Any leads will be appreciated.”
Collective Impact asks: “Any suggestions for where you can swim outdoors in the extended DC area?”
Some early responses: Read More
Photo by Kevin Koehler
Getting reports of some power outages in Shaw too.
Video: Read More
Photo by Alexis Diao
Alexis Diao tweets us a situation we’ve touched on from time to time:
“The limb from an enormous tree next door in Columbia heights straight up fell across our yard and the next door yard. Thankfully no one was hurt. So crazy. my neighbor was standing right under it 20 seconds earlier. There’s damage to my car, flattened the recycling bins like a pancake, broke the fence. I feel really lucky actually bc it could’ve been much much worse. This tree is beautiful and big, but clearly has been dying for some time. We’ve actually had an arborist come out 3 times over 3 years bc we have been concerned about it. They said this tree is an accident waiting to happen. But the owner’s done nothing since we sent our reports. Read More
Photo by Susan Klein
Thanks to Susan (and everyone else) for messaging us: “maybe the world has hope (from CT and Calvert)” Read More
Thanks to Anthony for sending us the rainbow last night from Kingman Park.
Thanks to @jeremy__higgins on IG for sending this great capture from Ballston.
— Erinn (@GRLA_Ontologist) June 5, 2020
And this Timelapse of the storm moving over the US Capitol by Nicholas Michael is pretty cool too: Read More
I told you to stay hydrated, didn’t I? Thanks to Z for sending.
— PoPville (@PoPville) June 3, 2020
We’ve said it before and we’ll no doubt say it again: How great is Jose Andres?
Photo by Kate
1. Please drink lots of water if you are out and about today. Seriously.
2. Please continue to wear your masks as uncomfortable as that may be. Seriously.
3. Keep fighting the good fight, history is on your side.