Saturday, May 12, 2007

A Veteren Memorial Visit




Yesterday I took my Dad out to visit the Veterens Memorial here in Placerville...this is recently just built...I think it's about time. This is the first time Dad has been here...he got to see his brick that is located on one of the walls....it's a beautiful place and the whole little trip was really touching and beautiful....on the way home we stopped for a rootbeer float.
On Dad's brick it says...CMM (Chief Machinist Mate)..Bruce L. Enyart...my Dad's nickname is "Speed".....He served in the USN before...during...and after WWII. My Dad will be 91 years old next month. I am a proud daughter! (more photos below)..the last photo is Dad leaving the Memorial.....

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Blogger Wanda said...

Vicci: What a wonderful, wonderful tribute....Your Dad is so sweet.... I'll bet he was "speedy" in his youth. You are a good daughter...!
((((big big smile)))

9:21 AM  
Blogger Sandy said...

How wonderful!!! You are sooo fortunate to still have your dad around.

What a special trip for him to go see the memorial and see his brick.

sandy

10:37 AM  
Anonymous Kate I said...

My dad turned 91 in January too (and in good health), so I can identify with your feelings of being blessed to still have your dad with you. Every moment that we have them with us is a gift. What a lovely tribute to your dad!

10:46 AM  
Blogger Sheila said...

I hope Speedy enjoyed his root beer float..!
I bet he did..!
Hugs
xx

1:45 PM  
Blogger CattyCat said...

He sure is dressed up respectfully for the visit Vicci. I would love to hear his thoughts as he stood there at that memorial and saw his name on the brick. The memories that must have been there in his head. Did he talk about his thoughts or did he just "be" there?

7:19 PM  
Blogger Gawpo said...

Here's to Speed Enyart! Thank you, dear father of a great friend, for serving.

I have some photo catching up to do. You have been prolific. I have been doing stuff.

Can't that boat your dad made for your brother be put back on the water again? I sure wish I had an apricot tree like you and my own dad have. I think it got up to 52 today.

10:30 PM  
Blogger Angela Marie said...

Tell your Dad a BIG THANK YOU and give him a hug for me!

I am sure your dad had a lot of emotions seeing that brick.

7:26 AM  
Blogger singleton said...

Oh, Vicci, God bless your Daddy! How proud you must be! What a wonderful day, a moment, a lifetime you've shared! Feel the love!

2:59 PM  
Blogger Janet said...

You are so lucky to still have your dad and to be able to share that day with him. I especially like the photo of him leaving the Memorial.

4:56 AM  
Blogger giggles said...

My goodness your dad looks awesome for his age!! Lucky you to still share days with him! I adored my dad too!

Hugs Sherrie

1:18 PM  
Blogger Beth said...

I know your proud of your Dad, and he looks great for 91. My Dad was in the Navy too.

2:31 AM  
Blogger skinnylittleblonde said...

So hard to beleive his age!
Geesh, he doesn't even look his age!
Being 'Speedy' kept him young in body & spirit, huh?!

9:13 AM  

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