This is Georgetown too
When the weather changes, heating grates and sides of buildings provide a buffer from the elements. I often go to my bank early on weekends when there's less traffic, before thinking about what to cover for The Georgetown Dish in the coming week.
In fact, I was on my way up Wisconsin Avenue to see if there was any change in the cease work order issued last week at the collapsed building (nope, still boarded up). I had driven past the trolley tracks and water pipe replacement projects near 33rd and O Streets, and snapped a few photos.
And then I thought ... it's easy to walk by, but good to remember that in this beautiful, historically unique corner of our capital, politics and commerce and shelter and recreation mean different things to different people.