I ventured far to the NW (of DC) near the MD border to visit the Humane Society and look into adopting a cat. Also I have a job interview in this neighborhood next week, so I thought I'd check it out.
  1. A "Hebrew Funeral Home"
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  2. Soupergirl: A soup-themed restaurant
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    Thank goodness they've finally got gazpacho. I can't imagine the soup business is booming in DC in the summer. (It's a swamp, have you heard?)
  3. A store for "the socially conscious pet"
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  4. A vegan restaurant, which looked delicious, and also is a bar
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    Probably where I will meet my future spouse, and together we will adopt a socially conscious pet, obviously.
  5. An old timey sign for an "Electric Maid"
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    The future is now
  6. A second location of one of my favorite DC restaurants: Busboys and Poets
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  7. A "Masonic Center"
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  8. Some adorable houses
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    Did you know there was suburbia like this within the DC city limits?
  9. Unusual street signs
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  10. CATS
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    Could that face/presence in a cage say PLEASE ADOPT ME any louder?