In the sun, there’s a new park in the park: Sunset Memorial Gardens

By The Washington Times • Aug 19, 2019 10:55:49AM PDTThe sun is shining in a bright, warm summer afternoon in the Washington, D.C., area.

The Washington Monument is in the background.

The sun is out, and so are the hills.

The National Park Service has opened Sunset Memorial Garden on the National Mall.

The park’s website says it’s open from June 17 to July 18, 2019.

It is the first time the National Park system has created a new national park in 20 years.

The National Park System had opened the national park system in 1964.

It is the only national park that opened in 2018.

The park’s name is derived from the summertime summertime, or summertime year.

It’s named after the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere.

The Solstice is the longest day of the year in the year, and the sun is setting at sunset, at the time when the seasons start.

The solstice occurs in April.

Sunset Memorial Garden is named for the Summer Solstice, a time when springtime sunlight rises, falls, and sets.

It marks the start of summer, which lasts about a month.

The end of summer is marked by the full moon.

It was named after an 1892 painting of a young woman at sunset gazing down into the ocean.

The painting has since become a popular painting.

It’s one of many national parks across the country that are named after historic figures.

The name of the national parks in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and Washington, was chosen by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

It includes some of the most beautiful national parks on Earth.