Real Life Adventures
We've been back from the road for a few weeks now, and while regular life is nowhere near as fun as adventuring and winding up in a new city every day, we're managing to keep busy enough back home with some cool activities.
Dylan is probably one of the top ten instagrammable activity finders worldwide. While Canuck if you Buck was largely my idea, Dylan has been suggesting dope places for us to see and photograph since long before we hit the road. Fortunately, living in DC (which as my work will tell you is one of the top cities for millennials in the world), there's no shortage of cool exhibits, art installations, and visually awesome spots to check out. While we couldn't get into in Infinity Mirrors, in the past few months we've hit up Hive, an installation in the National Building Museum, and ARTECHOUSE, an interactive light exhibit in southwest. They were both dope.
The latest spot Dyl suggested was The Future of Sports, an immersive exhibit based entirely around sports. It was built out of a warehouse on H street -- literally just sits in the middle of the block across from a CVS -- with huge windows to peek in. Downstairs, it's split into a handful of themed rooms each focused around a different sport. Photos were highly encouraged. Basically, it was everything we love.
Here are some photos from our date there last night! If you're not tired of seeing our faces after this, there's even more in the galleries.