Sunday, May 10, 2009
Photo Essay: Flight 93 Memorial
I was driving toward Erie, PA on the turnpike a couple of days ago, and not being familiar with the roaf, didn't realize that it bypasses Pittsburgh all together. I thought it would be like MPLS, where you have to drive straight through the city to get to the other side. And I hadn't wanted to do that during 5 pm Friday night traffic, so I stopped off in a little town called Somerset, PA for the night.
While buying groceries for the night, a man in line told me I was very close - nine miles or so - to the Flight 93 memorial. I decided I'd better go see it.
Posted by Barbara Peterson at 6:44 AM