11:30 p.m., Lexington, Kentucky
My march buddie Grandpa Bob from Gnaw Bone, Indiana
First rest stop.
Truck stop diversions.
Daylight in Virginia.
Bus captains Becki and Carol.
Guy with funny hat.
Theresa and Christie
Enemy combatants prisoners.
At the pre-march rally.
Many fellow bush bashers.
Pro-war in fancy dress.
Speaks for itself.
A few more pro war in fancy dress, trying to appear threatening?
The march begins to move toward the pentagon.
Pro-war person in normal dress.
One of DC's finest.
Never out of sight.
Photo-op in the middle of the bridge.
Bostonians to the rescue.
Approaching the Arlington side of the bridge.
March nears the pentagon.
The pentagon. Bigger in life than it looks in pictures.
Rocky Anderson, Salt Lake City mayor.
Lines for the portolets.
Main stage for speakers.
Watchful, malevolent, paranoid, and a little cold.
After no problems for hours, the police decide to block protesters from taking
the direct route to the nearest metro station to go home. Harassment?
The only way out... back through Arlington to DC.
One way to keep warm.
(click here for movie)
tracey primavera of provincetown
someone from zendik (a new religion?)
Lexington, KY, 5:15 a.m.
2003- 20?? -- Protest against War in Iraq