Thanks to Anna for sending:
“My dog Lola is very confused about this Christmas tree on the curb at 11th and G NE.”
Thanks to Mary for sending the one above: “Spotted on 1500 block of 12th Street NW. Seems peculiarly well-preserved.”
And Cheryl sends the one above: “this guy has been in the median on Klingle Road right over Beach Drive for at least a few weeks. This one gets me because I want to know how it got here!”
Thanks to Stephanie Massaro for sending from 14th and Quincy St, NW.
Starting to get a ton of last christmas tree in town entries. If you spot one in May please send a photo to [email protected] – thanks!
That would be freaky. Anyway thanks to Justin for sending from Capitol Hill. And while I have your attention – I like to tell you about this bridge I have shares in that I’m thinking of selling.
Photo by Anthony Gorney
Thanks to Anthony for sending yesterday afternoon:
“File this under you really never know what you’ll see walking around #DC. Wonder if he was on the metro?”
If you spot a hawk or any interesting wildlife around town, lunching or otherwise, and get a good photo please send where you spotted it to [email protected] and I’ll add it to the queue. Hawks around Town is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.
We’ve hit GA, repeat we’ve hit GA.
Meanwhile in Maryland: (more…)
hahaha thanks to JC for sending: “Looks like the tour guide went a bit out of their way!”
hahaha thanks to Joel for sending: “Not a Christmas tree, but same idea. Spotted at Thomas Circle.”
The perils of having the fanciest doorbell on the block.
A friend reports from Petworth:
“And sometimes some enterprising ______ steals your new doorbell. I had not had a working doorbell since I moved in! Got it two months ago and installed it and was pleased as punch. And it was nice and secure on the hook. Coming home from dinner last night my boyfriend and I noticed it was gone. None of my neighbors doorbells were gone- just mine! It is not in the bushes or anywhere random around the perimter either. My neighbors are on the lookout…once they stop laughing about how random this is.”
hahaha thanks to all who’ve sent from LeDroit Park. Actually I think these are two separate ones from 2017. If not now when?
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