August in Washington means time for vacation.
Congress has left on a five-week break. The Supreme Court reopens in October. Now it's President Barack Obama's turn.
On Saturday, Obama begins a nine-day vacation on Martha's Vineyard, Mass., where he spent summer vacation in each of the first three years of his presidency. He skipped his annual Vineyard vacation during last year's re-election campaign.
Here's a numerical look at vacation time taken by Obama and his predecessor, George W. Bush, according to CBS News White House reporter Mark Knoller, who tracks presidential travel. The numbers do not include visits to the Camp David presidential retreat in Maryland.
—14: Number of vacation trips taken by Obama since he took office in January 2009.
—92: Number of days, all or in part, Obama has spent on vacation.
—57: Number of vacation trips taken by Bush at this same point in his presidency.
—50: Number of visits Bush made to his ranch in Crawford, Texas.
—323: Number of days, all or in part, Bush spent at the ranch.
—7: Number of trips Bush made to his family's compound in Kennebunkport, Maine.
—26: Number of days, all or in part, Bush spent in Maine.