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Salem, OR

Oregon’s state capitol was fun to go through. They allow you to climb to the top of the building and get an up close look at the sculpture on top which turns out to be a lumberjack of sorts although

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Boise, ID

Boise reminded me of Davis, CA. It seemed as though everyone was on their bikes the entire time, it was super nice. They had an amazing memorial to Anne Frank that had the Universal Declaration of Human Rights sitting there.

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Philadelphia, PA

Welcome Philadelphia! I hadn’t been back since I was here for my fraternity’s convention back in 2011. The city was just as I remembered it except this time I actually had time to explore it! The city itself doesn’t have

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Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is the capitol of the entire nation. Figuring I’m visiting every state capitol it made sense to visit the country’s capitol as well. Luckily one of my fraternity brothers (Josh Powell) lives here so I got to crash

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