It's 4th of July weekend, Independence Day. Do we reflect back to why we celebrate this day? I wonder. For some it is a day off work (or two or three), for some it is time for barbeque and a dip in the pool, for others family get-togethers. But, for all, whether we remember it or not, it is a day of independance for our country, for our freedom. It's a time for parades, and flags. I'd like to share a very few of the American flags I have seen over the years.
Arbor Lodge, Nebraska City, Nebraska
A parade in Wakefield, Virginia
Union Station, Chicago, Illinois
U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.
on brother-in-laws pier, Smith Lake, Alabama
Elbert on July 4th, Auburn, Nebraska
Albert G. Horton Veterans Cemetery, Suffolk, Va.
Albert G. Horton Cemetery
I plan on flying two flags from my front steps. Where are you going to display yours?