It was beautifully sunny and warm by the time the ceremony began. There was a flag ceremony, and I teared up, as I always do at least once during these affairs. They read the names of our Duke Brigade fallen, and there were two 21-gun salutes, one with the cannon pictured second from the top, and another with rifles just behind us. You know, if you’ve never been to a Memorial Day ceremony, or helped lay wreaths or flags on veterans’ graves, I think you should, at least once. It’s very moving, and reminds us of the real meaning of Memorial Day. Also, I think your local vets will like to know that their sacrifices haven’t been forgotten. Check with your local VFW next year, okay? Okay.