DaKnife wrote:Divegeek, you should post some of the pictures of where we normally spend Memorial Day. I have a couple decent ones, but nothing like you get.
In Beaver Utah a full sized flag pole is placed over the grave of every veteran. On Memorial Day the Burial Flag of the veteran is flown from the flag pole. Many flags are raised by the families, we raise six. Others are handled by the Boy Scouts, VFW, or other groups, very few flag poles are empty.
Usually about 9 am the canyon winds rise and the flags start waiving in the breeze. I couldn't find one of those pictures though I know I have many.
bltdonahue wrote:I, for one, spent the weekend doing exactly what those who passed before me would have approved of. It was an easy weekend, free of strife, hunger, loneliness, fear and sadness. I hope everyone reading this had a similar weekend.
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