Manor Park (February 21, 2022)
After more than two months of huddling inside, we finally got a warm enough day to resume discovering the streets of Washington D.C. We returned to Manor Park. It is a nice neighborhood consisting mainly of single family homes and row houses. Judging by the number of people walking strollers, it also appears to be a popular neighborhood for young families. Manor Park was also distinguishable by the number of houses that had metal shades over their windows. Here are some examples.
There were also some interesting triplexes.
Speaking of interesting homes, we passed under this paper wasp nest which was larger than of football. Fortunately, none of its inhabitants were out and about.