The Inauguration is one way to spend a Monday with hundreds of thousands of people

Jason Werling
Jan 25, 2013

I don't think you can be too young to have a "bucket list," a list of things someone would like to do before they kick the bucket. One of the things on my list was attend a presidential inauguration. And after this past weekend....check.

Reporter Andy Ouriel and I drove to Washington D.C. this past Sunday, covered the inauguration and parade Monday morning/afternoon and then drove back to Sandusky Monday night. The trip included over 800 miles, a couple trips on the city's Metro, two-and-a-half hours standing in the same spot and a memorable experience. A live blog of our adventure is still available HERE.

Read more in Sunday's Sandusky Register, see more photos HERE and HERE and watch a video from the event in the player to the right

Comments

Dont Worry Be Happy

How awesome for you to experience such a wonderful event.

dont get it

I would have loved to been there...thanks for sharing.

deertracker

Great job guys!

arnmcrmn

The great thing is one 100 people had to take off work.

Swamp Fox

Those 100 were Obama appointed Czars...

The Big Dog's back

Such a great event to be a part of.