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Flags and more flags – Bob Kays and Relax- New Jersey

Today we remember and salute all our lost but never forgotten Hero’s. The good folks that have put their lives on the line, and paid the ultimate price. So today, show your flags, let us see the red white and blue plastered all over the comment section. Hopefully where ever you are, you were able to get out there a little this weekend and wash the winter blues away. Here’s to all our Service men and women! Lets try and get all 50 states!

 

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Lake Champlain – Vermont

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Washington State

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Illinois. – Chad Durren

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Maine – Thanks Troy!

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More New Jersey, thanks Seth

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Lake George New York – thanks Photo Kent O. Smith Jr

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Uno on Lake Dora Florida

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Skaneateles, New York

Randy Cunningham poses with the beer bottle that got him in trouble. Cunningham was backing his 1965 Philbrick into its slip when offered a beer from a bystander. Distracted by the ale offering, he ran into a dock roof support, breaking his stern flag pole in the process. The pole was repaired with duct tape and zip-ties, with the bottle added later for explanation.

Lake Chatuge – North Carolina & Georgia

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Portage Lake Ohio -photo by Julie Maringer

 

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Hessel Michigan – photo Allen Papendick

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Lockpat II Gull Lake – Minnesota

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Jim Frechette – Where else? Texas!

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Reedville, Virginia

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Lake Tahoe – California

Lets fill in all the states!

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30 Responses to “We Remember From Sea To Shining Sea – Memorial Day”
  1. Troy in ANE

    Here is one from the Rivers in Maine.

    This is the wallpaper on my laptop right now.

  2. Greg Lewandowski

    Flying the ensigns. Thank you to all that served so that we can enjoy this great country!

  3. Mo Sherrill

    “Fanfare” a 1929 28′ Chris-Craft on Lake George, NY – flying the colors!

    • dreed

      Mo,
      You refinished my Riviera back in the 90’s. I hope all is well.

  4. Matt

    Wyoming? Anyone? New Mexico? Arizona? West Virginia? We can do it. All 50!

  5. Dave Shepler

    Thank you to all those who served, Lake Shafer, IN

  6. Patrick Murphy

    Magnolia, on Percy Priest lake. Nashville, Tennessee

  7. Tuobanur

    MissDot at Lake Jocassee, SC and calls home Summerville, SC.
    We will never forget the men and women of our military, thanks from the bottom of our hearts.

  8. John Baas

    Remembering our fallen heroes on Big Cedar Lake, Wisconsin.

  9. Pappy

    Remembering those who served so bravely. Eastern North Carolina

  10. Tom

    to all the men and women who have served this great country… thank you! Reeds Lake, East Grand Rapids, MI

  11. Brian Flaherty

    Lake Whatcom, Bellingham Washington!

    Remember those who gave everything to give us our freedoms!

    • Phil Jones

      Thoughts and prayers go out to our Son-In-Law a US Navy Special Forces BlackHawk Crew Chief, and to Aesa, his 1 yr old little girl, and our newest grand baby.

  12. Col Jeff "Nemo" Buckley

    From the US Virgin Islands (sorta) as we’re currently on vacation in Italy. We visited the Florence American Cemetery yesterday to pay our respects. Over 4400 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice have laid there since WW II….they never came home. Col Jeff Buckley, USAF(r) and Sen Judi Buckley bow our heads respect and thanks.

  13. George Blosser

    Happy Memorial Day to all. 1956 CC Continental “Happy Days” on Smith Mountain Lake

    • Ben Lasher

      New Hampshire weighing in! Wolfeboro, Lake Winnipesaukee. Sadly the Memorial Day parade in town was rained out today. The sun then came out and we flew our colors in honor of those who have sacrificed.

      Liberty!

  14. Walter lucy

    Saluting our armed forces from lake Hamilton on beautiful Hot Springs National Park Arkansas

  15. Kentucky Wonder

    Kentucky now represented.

    Watched Saving Private Ryan this weekend, to remind myself of the tremendous sacrifice people have made to pay for our freedom. What a price…we should be thankful every day.