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August 24, 2016

Follow The United States Military Academy “West Point”     “Duty, Honor, Country”     “A Cadet will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do.”     Cadet Andrea Lee Hollen, the first Woman to graduate from the Academy in 1980   The first book I remember going to...
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July 15, 2016

Follow National Museum of the Marine Corps     “The terrazzo floor depicts the transition from ocean to shore, representing the Marines´ mission of amphibious assault. Soaring up from the floor is a 210 foot stainless steel spire suggesting the raised barrel of an artillery piece, a bayoneted rifle or an...
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June 19, 2016

Follow General George Patton Museum and Center of Leadership General George S. Patton, Jr., was one of the four star generals who led the allies to victory, during World War II. A colorful and complex character, he was a man of honor, integrity, and dedication; who bravely fought for our nation,...
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May 13, 2016

Follow The Yonatan (Jonathan) Netanyahu Memorial “They were swifter than eagles, they were faster than lions. The bow of Jonathan turned not back.” ~ II Samuel 1: 22-23 ~   On May 14, 1948 the Modern State of Israel was declared, it was recognized on May 11, 1949; as Israel celebrates...
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April 10, 2016

Follow The Upper Room Chapel and Christian Art Museum     If you find your needs for country music filled, and would like to step away from the merriment for a time of reflection, I would like to suggest a visit to The Upper Room Chapel and Christian Art Museum.  ...
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March 5, 2016

Follow The Sinews of Peace A Stop At The National Churchill Museum     “The United States stands at this time at the pinnacle of world power. It is a solemn moment for the American Democracy. For with primacy in power is also joined an awe inspiring accountability to the future....
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February 15, 2016

Follow The First White House of the Confederacy     Located in Montgomery, Alabama, we happened upon this by accident, as we do with so many of the stops we make along the road.  I had gone to Montgomery to see the Civil Rights Memorial; after which we drove around the...
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January 12, 2016

Follow The Former Grauman’s Chines Theater     We moved to California, the Los Angeles Area, Bell, to be exact, in what was the summer before I entered sixth grade. My father had brought us west, from Ohio, to Winslow, Arizona, and no matter how many coroners one might stand on,...
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December 12, 2015

Follow Billy Graham Library     Located at 4330 Westmont Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina, the Billy Graham Library far exceeded all of my expectations, and artfully managed to honor its namesake, while giving God all glory. The Library has the feel of a Presidential Library and Museum, and perhaps rightfully so,...
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November 10, 2015

Follow National Museum of Naval Aviation Naval Air Station Pensacola     What an amazing place! If you ever find yourself feeling a bit blue about the state of affairs, in our nation, hop in your car, get on a plane or train and step into this bastion of American history;...
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