Wednesday, September 12, 2012

In A Field Of Wildflowers...

 This is a tribute to the flight 93. I didn't forget them or the people of the Pentagon . The monument for flight 93 is in a field of wildflowers in Penn. The boulder is where the plane crashed. The parks dept. mows to the boulder and the rest is wildflowers. There's a walkway leading to the marble stones, each has the name of a crew member or passenger on it.
                     You can see the boulder and the flowers.The plane went into the ground upside down.
 This is at the entrance of the walkway. Someone had a photo on 9/11, of the smoke from the crash.
This is how the marble stones look. Each one has the name of  a crew member or a  passenger.  Sorry,I have no photos of the Pentagon. God bless all. I have posted these pictures for those who care,and for those who won't ever see these monuments. xo


  1. Thanks for sharing, Susie. I am quite certain that I will never have a chance to visit Shanksville. That tiny town of 240 will never be the same.
    I love the wildflowers.

  2. We will never forget. Makes my heart hurt. I remember that terrible day so vividly.

  3. Hi Susie, How well I remember that day of getting ready to go to work and standing in shell shock as it happened. It is something that will always stand out in our minds and never go away. How heroic the people on the plane went down. I really liked the sumset in a previous post. I hope you have a wonderful day. Your Missouri Friend.

  4. Susie..
    you did such a wonderful job..
    of reflecting..
    and caring enough to share..
    I had no idea..
    a boulder marks the impact spot..
    nestled in a field..
    surrounded by wildflowers..
    what a befitting tribute..
    to those aboard Flight 93!
    this is simply beautiful!
    thanks for sharing!

  5. Imagining what the souls on this plane went through. Unreal. They so deserve a special place.

  6. Thank you for sharing these photos Susie. I will never have an opportunity to visit there.

  7. I loved your post, thank you so much for sharing. You left the sweetest comment on my blog, so I came over for a visit and am now following you! Hugs, Penny

  8. I'm amazed that every year on 9/11 the pain is still as strong. So sad.

  9. That is just beautiful. Many places I will never get to visit so I am so thankful for the posts that take me there. It seems like yesterday and yet it seems like years that we lost so many. Not one of us will forget them.

  10. thank you so much for sharing these photos...

    hugs, bee