The girls in the cherry trees.
We got tickets for the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, but not until 3:30, so after eating our lunches, we spent a couple of hours at the Holocaust Museum before going to our 3:30 tour. Although the Holocaust museum was pretty sad and depressing, I think each of the kids (except Jarem) came out with a new appreciation for life and liberty.
I thought this was very interesting. These machines we saw, fold the bills repeatedly to test the endurance of the paper. United States bills can be folded back and forth on the same crease about 4,000 times before tearing!
Jarem and Tessa both chose the dollar bill they wanted! How do they know how to choose the big ones already?