Trains, parks and PB&J: D.C.'s blogs
Happy Wednesday. We're more than halfway thorough the week -- and it's supposed to be sunny tomorrow. I took a couple of days off but now I'm back. It's been busy in the D.C. area blogosphere so there's lots to catch up with. Read on.
If you’re a railroad buff, you’re living in the right place. Beyond DC offers this list of historic train stations in the area – many of which are still in operation.
DCMud has an intriguing interview with architects whose hospital designs prove that institutions can be warm and welcoming – even more important when individuals are going through difficult times.
JDLand has a lovely photo gallery of Yards Park after dark.
Sometimes all you want is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. It’s one of those childhood staples that never seems to go out of style. But of course, even the old favorites can be re-imagined. Metrocurean has this post on PB&J for the adult palate. Though I’m guessing the kids won’t say no, either.
Welcome. Via Prince of Petworth we get word about a new D.C.-based cycling blog, District Citizen Cycling.
That's it for now from the D.C.-area blogosphere. Thanks much for reading and have a great afternoon. Remember if there's a blog out there that I'm missing, message me and let me know at email@example.com -- or you can post the name and address of the blog in the comments section below.
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| October 6, 2010; 3:41 PM ET
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