|National D-Day Memorial, Bedford, Virginia|
|Re-creation of the assault on Ponte du Hoc, Normandy, France on D-Day|
National D-Day Memorial, Bedford, VA
|Grave of unknown Confederate soldier, Petersburg National Cemetery|
Confederate soldiers and black Union troops were buried side by side.
|Recreated fort at Petersburg National Battlefield, VA|
|Arlington National Cemetery with the Pentagon in the distance|
|Grave of Abner Doubleday, the purported 'inventor' of baseball.|
As a Union general, he fired the first shots defending Fort Sumter.
Note the baseballs at the base of the monument.
|Arlington National Cemetery looking toward Washington|
|One of several realistic exhibits at the National Museum of the Pacific War|
in Fredericksburg, Texas
|Tucumcari, New Mexico. Frozen in time as Progress (the Interstate)|
passed it by. Most assuredly the inspiration behind "Radiator Springs"
in Disney's "CARS"
|Tucumcari, New Mexico|
|Restored Texaco station, Tucumcari, NM|
|If you ever travel Route 66, you must stay at the Blue Swallow in Tucumcari|
|Ruins of Barboursville, the home of Virginia Governor James Barbour.|
Designed by Thomas Jefferson, it was destroyed by fire in 1884.
It incorporates the same 'octagon' design Jefferson used at his home Monticello.