Saturday, July 4, 2015

Whiskey in the White House

The Washington homestead at northern Virginia's George Washington Birthplace National Monument.
"George Washington slept here!" And he did, too. Truth be told, he slept there as well. And there. What can I say? The man got around. With four family homes, you’d expect as much. He was partial to the spirits, too, but I’ll get to that.
Mount Vernon, 15 miles south of Washington, D.C., is perhaps the most known of his homes. It also happens to be the most popular historic estate in America, drawing over a million visitors annually. Read More...

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