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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Flag Day - USA

Good morning,

It is Flag Day in the USA and Old Glory is proudly displayed everywhere.
This is a collection of images of flags that I from our trip through Georgia and Florida in January, 2012.

 When we have been out of the country and on our way in the other direction to go home, the sight of Old Glory is always very welcome.
 We stop in Lake Park, Georgia, for a meal when we are there at the right time of the day.
 And, finally, here's Old Glory at a rest stop in Florida.

Respect for our flag is very near and dear to us.  Sadly, some don't share that respect or know flag etiquette for proper display and care.  For an excellent site on US Flag Etiquette, click this link.

So, for my US readers, I hope you'll display your flag and enjoy Flag Day!



Mamabug said...

It always thrills me to see old glory flying no matter where. I'm proud of our beautiful flag!

kostas said...

I am very sensitive about the flags,I was a signalman in our navy.
I like that you have your beautiful flag in every place.
I also like the conbination of colors+drsign.
Have a nice weekend.
Regards from Thessaloniki.

TexWisGirl said...

it stirs the soul to see the large ones unfurled and flowing.

mrscravitz said...

I Love the flags!

Jan n Jer said...

It makes me so proud to see our Flag displayed in the proper way! Thanks for sharing the flag etiquette link, so many people have no clue! I put my flag out on the days that call for it! Today is one of them!

reginascottage said...

hello lois,
like the flags!! and i like your blog!

Annmarie Pipa said...

thank you for honoring our flag!

Deere Driver said...

Thanks for honoring Flag Day!

Black Jack's Carol said...

Happy Flag Day! You provided some beautiful backgrounds to highlight the stars and stripes.

Gary said...

Flag protocol is extremely important!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.