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Sunday, March 14, 2010

Revolutionary War Park

When you visit Weirton, you will see at the entrance of the town the display of some military war crafts honoring the veterans. I am not really sure what the place is called. I told my husband that I really want to go there someday. I was so thankful when he brought us the other day while the weather was a little bit warm.

The place is very neat,a great one actually to walk around to. There is a hall and benches around the park.

These two burritos had so much fun running around the place and checking everything out. You may enlarge the photos through clicking it.

I will post the rest of the photos next time folks. Have a great weekend everyone.

27 travelers' comments:

shydub said...

Buti naman nakalabas kayo, and the place is good for rye and ej to explore. laki pa to run around.

therer2doors said...

lovely photos of a lovely family -- thanks for sharing!!

angie

Evelyn Howard said...

looks like a fun day out.

MyMaracas said...

Looks like a great place to go shadow hunting with the family.
:-)

Lindz said...

that looks like a great place for family fun Rose, and lot sof reflection too..... when my boys were little we used to take them for a walk a lot too but nwo that theya re grown up they do sports instead and it takes a lot of our time.

Ralph said...

You and John are taking your children where bravery and service are remembered. They will have an appreciation for US history because of taking these trips.

We do not want to forget the past...

It is nice seeing Weirton, as I went to college in Steubenville, but graduated a while ago (1977). THe Fort Steuben Bridge was the only way to get to Wertron then. Nice US 22!

Lookie Lou TPPC.tv said...

What a wonderful family you have! Thanks for stopping by our blog! We followed you and networked facebook followed your blog. We will stop back!

Patti said...

Ralph took me through Weirton on our way to Steubenville!
You found a lot of shadows there at the park.


Your children are so cute!

Sweet Repose said...

What a memorable family outing, regardless of the snow!

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shots. Place is neat and so many items on display.

allhorsestuff said...

I especially like the big Enchilada and the two burritos, in the shadow of the machine!
That was a nice day~
KK

Hey Harriet said...

This is a great collection of photos from your day out!

Carin said...

Very interesting and nice shadows! Looked like it was a beautiful, sunny day!

Enjoy your week!

Wengss said...

wow ganda ng view dyan. wala na ring snow sa ground.
ganda ng family bonding nyo.

nuts said...

wow, sarap ng pasyal, so its warm na for you, hehe, dito not only warm, sobrang warm, haha.. init grabe..

wonderful shots, time for pasyal na ulit..

SASSY MOM said...

It's always nice to go out and visit lovely places just like that.

I haven't been out for quite some time... maybe this summer since the kids are already on vacation.

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Lianne said...

interesting place to visit!

thanks for dropping by my blog. hope you visit again soon!

leethroughthelens.blogspot.com

Mel Alarilla said...

It's great that your children could visit this war park so that they can have a sense of history and appreciation of the brave deeds of soldier heroes. Since John was formerly connected with the US Navy, there is an added interest on things like these for his family. At least nakagala rin ang mga anak ninyo after being holed up inside your house for so long because of the harsh winter conditions outside. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

judys424 said...

Lots of sun and big place to run.. Very nostalgic too :) Nice pictures, mommy!

Paula Scott said...

It must've been pretty early in the day for such long shadows to be out! Looks like it was a fun expedition!

Ebie said...

A fun place to for kids and grownups to learn about our history.

What a great time spent for the weekend!

Dhemz said...

wow! looks like the weather is getting better....:)

ang saya-saya nyo sis....thanks for sharing the photos...:)

MedaM said...

Nice photos and really beautiful family that you have!Thanks for stopping by my blog.

My-Alter-Ego said...

wow sis, looks like we have the same weekend adventure.. i went to a historical place too last Saturday..
i hope you can visit my blog to see my PBW entry..

http://www.cahloy.com/2010/03/sharing-here-photos-of-my-weekend.html

Marice said...

great photos sis! looks really like a memorable one :)

u may view mine here

♥Willa♥ said...

I love visiting historical park. the one you posted looks like a nice place to spend a day.

acmumcee said...

wow! that's a nice park, ate rose! and with the warm weather.. oh.. park.. park.. park.. here we come!!! wahaha!!!

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