One of my favorite autos to geek out about is a golf cart Florida that I sometimes use to drive around Washington, D. C. To clarify, the name of the golf cart is Florida and I procured her from the Port Charlotte area of Florida which is why I christened her with the name Florida. My loyal readers might not be aware of the fact that I name all my autos. If that makes me a geek then so be it. What do I care what you people think of me anyway? I write this blog for my own purposes and not to entertain you people.
Driving My Golf Cart Florida
Sometimes I drive my golf cart from Port Charlotte down to the Washington Mall. Because it is a golf cart I can drive on the side walks and in and around all of the magnificent monuments. I start on Capitol hill near the Capitol building. I then head down Independence Avenue past the Native American museum, the Air and Space museum and the old Smithsonian building. Sometimes I stop and take in a congressional staffer softball game if I happen to be driving my golf cart during softball season.
After the softball game I climb back into Florida and continue on towards the Washington Monument. Once there I drive a couple of laps around the giant white obelisk. I look to the side to see the White House as I circumnavigate and then I slingshot myself in the direction of the Lincoln Memorial. On the way I pass the World War II Memorial and the Korean War Memorial before reaching the Lincoln Memorial. Then I drive up the other side past the Vietnam Memorial, the White House, the National Archives, the National Museum of Art and the other Smithsonian Museums on that side of the National Mall that presently slip my mind.