Josh Josh he's our man, if he can't do it no one can. This was a tour guide. Our favorite. He didn't use hand signals or talk too much.
Sorry for the bad angle. I was stealthily(I'm not convinced that is a word, but spell check said it was) taking a picture while Josh was giving us life and death important instructions. In the side alley. In downtown DC. Don't make a false move!
SMASH. Oh SMASH, how I loved thee. You were but mine for only a little while, but the time we had together was good. Sweet memories.
SMASH is the name of my first segway. Then I had to give it up to Tone Bones. I got FDR next. Really it's fine. I'd much rather ride a segway named after a guy in a wheel chair. Whatever.
This is just a block or two away from the segway office, store, shop, place. Mom is already brave enough to snap and drive.
Dad chattin' it up with Josh. The usual. Where ya from? How long have you been here? How long have you been a segway tour guide?
I love this picture of Tony. He was making that thing go super fast. Zoom Zoom.
Yup, that's right. I'm driving down the street on my segway taking pictures.
The crew in front of the Capitol.
Here is me trying to be artsy and make a postcard.
Mom. She's fairly fearless. She used to be a gymnast incase you didn't know. Like the real deal with Jr. Olypic competitions and every thing. She was the first in our group to practice. loved every minute.
You're witnessing Dad's favorite activity. He just loves it when mom takes his picture to document he existed. Right now he's in the gardens outside of the Smithsonian castle.