|Love the architectural details on Bancroft Hall|
I'm not even going to tell you how little I knew about the Naval Academy or the Navy as a military branch, it was embarrassing really. But I sure know a lot more now, from how the Navy came to be to how it ended up having a goat as a mascot (kind of funny) to the many famous graduates of the Academy, I know just enough to be
|The chapel dome behind the Superintendent's home|
|Part of Bancroft Hall, the country's largest dormitory|
housing over 4000 midshipmen!
|Noon formation, what a sight!|
|Naval Band closing out the noon formation|
|Bancroft Hall after the noon formation|
|French architecture on Bancroft Hall|
|Main entrance to Bancroft Hall|
|Pretty fancy dorms!|
All these sights, and then the camera dies. Wuh wahhhhh. So ticked. The pictures may have stopped but I assure you, the tour continued, and I loved every history-filled minute!
I am so glad we did the tour, and Ron actually enjoyed it too, which is really impressive! I would highly recommend the Academy tour to anyone visiting Annapolis.