Last week I embarked on what would come to be an eventful journey to Washington D.C. and Harrisonburg, VA. I flew out Friday afternoon with one of my buddies (Josh Habermehl) and we stayed with his brother Brett who is a senior at American University in the heart of the city. It turned out to be Josh's Birthday, so we celebrated that one night too. During that time, my phone was stolen and I foolishly had one SD card on me, so throughout that time I was scrambling to stay in touch with my parents and document what was happening around me.
One of my friends from college (Jon Ingram) recently moved out to Virginia and he met up with us in DC for the weekend too. Josh and I had to fly back to Missouri Monday, but Jon convinced us to try to change flights and drive down to Harrisonburg for a few days. Josh unfortunately couldn't get anyone to cover his work but I impulsively made the decision to stay. During that 2-hour ride to the airport I changed my flight and we quickly (and very last minute) made arrangements to have another friend fly out to stay with us for a couple days as well.
Long story short, it was an unforgettable experience spent with people who are very dear to my heart. Throughout those six days I took stills and video that I plan to turn into a short multimedia piece at some point. I've decided to break the trip into multiple smaller galleries that I will post in parts. Below is a small edit of how we navigated the city during the weekend, which was almost my favorite part of the trip in my opinion.