We wanted to go for a walk this weekend, so we drove five miles to the Historic Alexandria Waterfront. Generally, it was a beautiful and relaxing walk. The restaurants and shops looked delicious and inviting. While standing by the pier, we saw a group of about 20 huge catfish and several large carp all converge and start open their mouths of the water. Each fish was about 2.5 to 3 feet long and they were all really, really fat.
This is a World War II submarine propeller.
If you look closely, you can see a lot of large catfish in the water.
We liked the name of this boat: 'Knight Passage'
This is a cobble stone road we drove on near the waterfront.
Unfortunately, there was a fair amount of trash floating on the water.