It is incredible to see what the human body is capable of doing and sometimes people push themselves beyond their limits. Have you ever wondered how much you can endure? Have you ever tested your limits to see how far you can push yourself? Well, some people out there did and in fact, the scene has turned into a brutal competition to see which one is the strongest, the fastest, the most resilient human being in the world.
In order to tell the story that shaped the existence of the unincorporated census designated place known as Fort Washington, MD where over 24,000 residents live today and see how this town became the good place to live that we know today, we’ll have to go back into the nation’s history. With everything that happened since the first days of American history, the fort that gave this town its name helped shape the America that we know today. There were many battles and wars that have had at least some connection to this historical place and we’ll walk you through the most important moments of both Fort Washington’s and D.C.’s history.
If you ever find yourself on the northeastern side of the USA, try to make your way to the city of Pasadena, MD. Located in Anne Arundel County, the city of Pasadena has a few things that will impress you. Especially if you like outdoor activities such as going to the beach or to one of the city’s stunning parks, there are some amazing places to see in the city of Pasadena, MD.
2020 has forced us to face down several imminent crises. In January, Australia was ravaged by rampant bush fires, wiping out huge swaths of the Australian landscape and costing dozens of lives and millions in property damage. In February, an Iranian general was assassinated by US forces and a Ukrainian passenger plane was erroneously shot down, making the occurrence of a large-scale global conflict seem highly plausible. Now, in March, we are faced with a new crisis: the COVID-19 pandemic.
Patriotic activities will be held in many areas of the city and in a large variety of ways. From the National Independence Day Parade all the way to fireworks that will end the night. The one location requirement is that you have a clear view of the sky towards the West Potomac Park.
The noise made by social media and news anchors around some of the most important sports events in the world is hard to ignore. It’s almost like a state of panic is triggered amongst the population and everyone sits on the edge of their seat, patiently waiting for the events to unravel. Only, it’s not a corona-virus epidemic, it’s your favorite team competing for the highest prize and the title of best team worldwide.