Wednesday, April 25, 2018

ANZAC day

A day of remembering and respecting those who have served and those who are still serving today.
My Dad and his friends
My Uncle, on the right.
Lest we forget.




7 comments:

Jo said...

Very nice photos

Anne McAllister said...

So true Sue, it's thanks to those that served and those still serving for the freedom of life we have today,
Lest We Forget

Ondrea said...

Lovely pics. My brother has all my grandfather's memorabilia up in Qld. Lest We Forget.

Pamela said...

A wonderful post today!

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Nancy J said...

My and Hugh's Dads were farmers, and with an essential service, one producing milk, and the other eggs from the poultry farm, stayed at home, but were in the " Home Guard". On Anzac Day morning, I was so proud to know our grandson, currently at Victoria University in Wellington, 3rd year BSC degree, with some of his friends, attended the Dawn Service. No matter how many times I see services from around NZ, I am always moved by the many who are there, the elderly, and lately,so many younger ones. Greetings from the Rangitikei.