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Saturday, May 26, 2007

Tank


My grandson is enjoying checking out this tank at this past Sunday's Memorial Day ceremony. Tomorrow will be another photo from the Boalsburg service and then Monday will be in honor of all the military veterans out there and my posting of my dad who served in the Korean War. I will give you some details about his service then.

12 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

I think he is just playing the role like most boys would. Some, on the other hand, like to play other games and avoid the war toys. I think it is a big experience either way. Fascination with things like this that are huge never ends. Nice photo.

I just discovered a earlier that two baby robins have left the nest. Or one is still there. I have photographed those and will show them on Monday.

Birds in their bath today at
Brookville Daily Photo

talj said...

What a lovely shot, looks like your grandson is really enjoying himself!!

Chuckeroon said...

Thanks for your visits to Richmond upon Thames.

Pse keep posting about your soldiers and we'll wish that they are all home soon.

photowannabe said...

Nice series Barb. Looking forward to Monday's tribute.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

Wonderful! I love these pictures. :)

Kate said...

Children seem to be fascinated with all this equipment.

isabella said...

Another generation of military men?

I hope there'll be no conflict in the world when he grows up...

Chad Oneil said...

When he's older, he's going to cherish that photo. Looks like he's taking it out for a spin ;)

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I remember doing that as a kid too. It was fun playing soldiers as a kid. Not so pleasant in reality, unfortunately.

Kala said...

amazing how large these tanks are! I am sure he would have loved to drive this monster off the lot =)

Mountainboy said...

Hey that's not a tank! It's a Bradley isn't it? In which case it is an Infantry Fighting Vehicle! ;)

Sorry to be precious but I was in a TANK Regiment and we get all protective when people call other types of vehicles tanks...
Great photo and you should be proud that so many of your family were brave enough to volunteer to do what they believed was right.

lv2scpbk said...

Mountainboy, I'm not sure what it's called except it's a tank to me. Sorry if I didn't use the right term but I myself was never in the army so I wouldn't know. Glad you corrected it. I should have asked my husband or son before calling it a tank. Thanks for stopping by.

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