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This site describes my many varied interests. I hope to keep it up to date with things that are going on in my life. For friends and family, I created the “Family” section. I'm also starting to attract some clients for web development and GIS consulting so I have a section for that. Music and Birding have been the things that take up my spare time since I can remember so I'll be building those sections up extensively.
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10/23/2006

Donna and I went to Shanksville, PA and visited the Flight 93 Memorial in late September (2006). These are some of the photos we took while we were there. I was surprised at how many people were there and at how emotional it was for us being there. I went through rage, fear, sadness and some measure of disbelief (similar to how I felt that day five years ago). It was an important experience for me and I know we will return again. I'm only sorry that we hadn't come sooner. A week or two later we watched the movie which was a whole other experience. Typically when I watch a movie I have to keep telling myself that “Its not real”. In this case the reminder is that “this actually happened”.

photo of Lets Roll Plaque photo of 9/11 Ride Foundation Plaque photo of wall of momentos photo of wall of momentos
photo of wall of momentos photo of wall of momentos photo at Flight 93 memorial photo at Flight 93 memorial
photo of people looking at a row of flags photo of people looking at monument honoring the heros of Flight 93 photo of the monument honoring the heros of Flight 93 photo of the monument from the US Federal Air Marshall Service at the Flight 93 Memorial
photo of the row of flags at the Flight 93 Memorial

Map of Flight 93 Memorial Site

Maybe we can visit the memorial the next time you are out this way !

I finally finished my summer reading project. I read Chesapeake by James Michener. It was a fun book for me since I'm from Maryland and I love the Eastern Shore. It was full of a lot of local history.

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