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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Ruby Tuesday- Florida

Mary over at Work of the Poet is the host for Ruby Tuesday. Hop over and check out all today's rubies from around the world.
Here are some rubies from our Police Memorial Weekend in Florida.


Inside the A.P.H.F. for the Fallen Police Officers...
To the Fallen Close to Home.
Click on photo to Enlarge to read plaque.


This Years Survivors light the Candle.

Survivors Sea World Trip.
We went by buses there were 9 of them!

First stop inside the park, Wild Arctic.....
The ice felt nice and cold.
The temps were in the upper 80's headed to the 90's.


The Beluga Wales
One could feed and play with them.
So much fun to watch.
I'll show a video of them later this week.


Entertainment outside.


Look closely you will see the Baby Dolphin looking at me.
He was so playful.

My Ruby at the end of the day.
Rosy faced from the sun and tired.
Ready to head back to Titusville.


Be sure to return tomorrow for the Video of our Shamu adventure.
On My Wordless Wednesday Post.

9 comments:

  1. fallen officers
    lives lost in line of duty
    do not forget them

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  2. That is a lovely wreath for the fallen police officers.
    Seems you also had a great time on the trip to the Sea World.

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  3. We can never be thankful enough to their protective care! A great post!
    Hugs,
    Coralie

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  4. What a touching ceremony that must have been.

    I love the belugas, they're so wonderfully graceful.

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  5. That's a great tribute to the brave soldiers. I enjoyed looking at your photos. :)

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  6. The fallen officers need to be remembered, we too often forget. The tribute is moving and heartfelt. The trip was a nice time, perhaps to offset some of the sadness the views of life in motion at Sea World...

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  7. It is very good that such ceremonies are held. I did not know that there were trips organized though. I will do my best to come back and see the video.
    Feel free to remind me!

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  8. The red decries the solemness of burial perhaps in protest in an outcry for perpetuating life

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  9. I'm so glad ceremonies like this are around. The officers AND their families should be remembered. I'm glad you had a nice time on your trip.

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