Thursday, June 19, 2008

Who crossed the Potomac River?

Very cool event today on the Potomac River. No, it's not George Washington - it's the Tlingits!

I actually spotted it on Channel 2 News first.

Sealaska Corporation donated a full-size canoe to the National Museum of the American Indian in D.C., and today it was launched in the Potomac. I don't imagine the Tlingit people launched too many canoes in the Potomac in centuries past.

I've been to the museum once a few years ago, and would loveto go again. We could only spend about an hour there, and it wasn't nearly enough.

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