Heading Home From Washington, D.C.

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Record crowds flooded the district to celebrate the inauguration of President Barack Obama. Now, those crowds must head home.

Dawn Turner Trice, columnist for The Chicago Tribune, attended the Inauguration and is on her way back to the windy city today. Did you go to D.C. for the inaugural events? What was it like, and how's your trip home going?



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