Monday, September 11, 2006

A Day to Remember.
I had a long post planned for yesterday and got busy and today just isnt the day for it. Today is a day for remembering, Ray and I went to New York after an archery tourniment in July of 2002, We were in awe ground zero was huge, the impact on the entire area was amazing, I took a couple of pictures of a fire truck that was parked next to the parking lot for the statue of liberty ferry. These photos dont do it justice. It was beautiful people were all standing around just looking at it.
Do you remember where you were that day. I was working to the town public works dept. within hours of the crash we were putting up barricades around important buildings and the military gun making company in our town. We played security for about a week at different locations some of the barricades are still in place today, the world is a different place now. We were part of history that the younger kids will read about in there history books. We saved a bunch of newspapers from that week and put them away so someday Michael will have them.
Please thank your local fireman, policeman and any military personal you may know. Its a good day to remember thoses living and those that gave all.


At 1:13 AM, Blogger Isabel said...

Thanks for the pics. I spent today holed up in a room so it's nice to see that some people were out and about, remembering.

At 8:23 AM, Blogger Michelle said...

I jumped over from mamma e's blog and had to say that I absolutely adore your images on the left sidebard...stunning


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