Summer in Washington DC

26 June, 2007 | | No Comment

Just around about a couple hundred odd years ago, the US Army Corps of Engineers built America’s capitol, the city of Washington, D.C., by dredging a swamp. The Corps of Engineers has never forgotten this feat.

Neither has the swamp.

And every summer, when the temperature passes 90 degrees and the humidity passes “sauna” and reaches “unbelievable” – the swamp wins.

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