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Sep 11, 2017 - A Day to Remember

Sixteen years ago this morning, I was at work waiting for OSHA to arrive at the plant for our inspection to be accepted into the Voluntary Protection Program when we heard the news about the planes crashing into the World Trade Centers. The folks from OSHA arrived shortly after the first tower fell. They informed us that all Federal employees were to return to base until further notice. They eventually came back on Wednesday but it was hard to concentrate on the work at hand on 9/12 and for weeks to follow. In our travels we've tried to...

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Jun 8, 2016 - Flight 93 Memorial Redux

After some morning heavy rain and winds, the weather cleared up enough (but it was cold and windy) for Sue and I to visit the Flight 93 National Memorial. This is our fourth visit to this site. We first came in 2009 on our Lincoln Highway tour. The Lincoln Highway, US 30, runs by the north boundary of the property. In 2009 the site was a crude memorial with the visitors center in a small shack and lots of personal objects left behind by visitors on a 40 ft. (commemorating the 40 passengers and crew who died in the crash) chain link fence...

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