Saturday, June 25, 2016

Black Hills National Cemetery

Not far from where we are camped in Sturgis, South Dakota is the Black Hills National Cemetery.

When we get close to a National Cemetery, I like to visit.

This is a relatively small National Cemetery; however, the graves markers seem to run for miles.

Each marker represents the life of somebody.

 "The Forgotten War",  25 June 1950 to 27 July 1953

Here's an Air Force serviceman.  A year younger than me.  Served in Korea too.

You see a sign like this on many highways throughout the United States.

This cemetery has an "Avenue of Flags" - Nice

The South Dakota has built a tiny memorial chapel. - also nice

There's lots to see in this part of the country.  We are all doing well.  Treky developed a bump bump - Took him to a tire place and they rotated and balanced his tires - Bump gone.

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