Places with Meaning and Heart

What are the places that ground you? Where do you feel deeply connected? What is your true north to find your way? What do you learn by walking around?

  

Just a few miles north of the Capitol, the Lincoln Cottage is run by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Voices fill the rooms, not furniture. Take the tour with Curtis, if possible.
  
A National Park since 1971, Glen Echo brings more than 400,000 people together each year to renew their creative spirit through arts classes, festivals, exhibitions, dances, children’s theater, music, nature programs, and more.
  

U.S. National Arboretum 

The Arboretum is a museum, a laboratory, an oasis, a celebration of native trees and plants, hybridized varietals to withstand a changing climate, and reformed urban stormwater run-off.                          Photo by Darrell Godliman

Places that Restore Me

Chebeaugue Island, Maine, is a family place of shared memories over generations

The Crete Senesi restores perspective, feeds well-being, and deepens ties yearly

The Chesapeake Bay is an estuary and a way of life. (c) www.thesalmonfarm.org

Where Do You Find Yourself?

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