George Washington. At its peak in 1799, the five-still distillery
produced 11,000 gallons of whiskey.
2. John Muir, the
father of the national park system.
3. It's an active
volcanic island that has been erupting--and giving off a red
glow--almost continuously for over 2,000 years.
4. The wasp's. He
saw how wasps built their nests with a paste they made by chewing
on dry wood and mixing it with their saliva.
5. Boot camp swimming
instructor at Fort Ord, California.