Walking the canal

July 23, 2006 at 3:28 pm Leave a comment

My daughter and I took a walk downtown today.  The canal is home to some pretty cool stuff.  We stopped to remember the crew of the USS Indianapolis at this memorial.  Stories about the ship are here and here.  We also took some time at the Medal of Honor monument on the canal.  It’s been a nice day to be outside. 

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