What happened last night around the White House with all the fences? My morning after report.
If you haven't watched my live stream from last night, be sure to check it out in my library. We saw dozens of workers, with big trucks and forklifts descend on Lafayette Park dropping off NEW FENCE when all along we thought the fences were coming down. A worker even told us "we're just replacing the old fence" which was definitely quite a let down.But now is the morning after all this construction and deconstruction near the White House. What does it look like? The fences are down around the executive office buildings and the Treasury, but the Lafayette Park fence is still there, and access to Pennsylvania Avenue, the tourist mecca of the White House, is still restricted and closed. The pictures from the front of the White House that usually fill Facebook and Instagrams of school field trips from around the country are still going to have a big fence in them for some time to come. SHOW NOT TELL00:00 Intro00:01 Last Night's Activity00:33 The morning after01:00 Eisenhower Executive Office Building02:11 Pennsylvania Avenue03:12 Lafayette Park09:00 Treasury Building11:20 Scooter time——————PenguinSix is an apolitical guy in a political town who likes to walk a lot. He has hiked over 17,000 miles (27,000kms) in the past six years and is still walking today. He is an American expat who spent the last decade in Hong Kong with his family and is now back in Washington DC, continuing his daily ritual of taking very long hikes around the city catching the sights and sounds of the city while live streaming to share with others. History, culture, life as an expat (with reverse culture shock), and the pitiful Chinese food in Washington DC are regular topics of discussion. Feel free to follow him on other social media accounts such as:Camera 1: DJI Osmo Pocket 2 — https://amzn.to/3bvGEPnCamera 2: iPhone 12 Pro -- https://amzn.to/3rnxSrtCamera 3: Canon 70D -- https://amzn.to/39f0vABShoes: ASCIS Gel Kayano 27 Tracker: Fitbit Charge 4Winter Jacket: Rothco US Army M-65 Field Jacket. https://amzn.to/2PAxOHCMiles I walk per day: Stay at home day: 3-4 miles Normal day: 4-7 miles Good hike day: 7-10 miles Best day: 25 miles http://www.penguinsix.com/Twitter @penguinsix https://twitter.com/PenguinSixHapps @penguinsix http://happs.tv/invite/@PenguinsixInstagram @penguinsix https://www.instagram.com/penguinsix/Facebook - PenguinSix https://www.facebook.com/penguinsixTwitch - @ThePenguinsix https://www.twitch.tv/thepenguinsix