Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Wordless Wednesday: John F. Kennedy Dallas, Texas

John F. Kennedy Memorial


John F. Kennedy's Motorcade Route

Texas School Book Depository

Dealey Plaza

The First Shot


Grassy Knoll

The Second Shot

Excerpt from John F. Kennedy's speech he never gave
(click photo to read)



Rest In Peace President Kennedy
1917-1963
Bark along with us


13 comments:

  1. Thanks for taking us to so many interesting places! Of course, having you in the pix makes it that much better.

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  2. We lived in Dallas at this time. My mother had just gone down on the street to watch the motorcade. When she got back to her office, he had been shot. Such a tragedy in a long line of tragedies for Camelot. ♥

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  3. You went on an interesting historical adventure this week. I was born just after the Kennedy assassination. I remember so many of the places your photographed from the news and documentaries, but I feel like I've never seen the John F. Kennedy Memorial before.

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  4. Those images are positively chilling. Tragic history for sure but fascinating as well.

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  5. I never travel so it is nice to travel vicariously through you :)

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  6. That was pretty interesting. I've never been to Texas, so I thank you for sharing.

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  7. I remember visiting those spots when I was in Dallas. What a chilling piece of our nation's history. Thank you for sharing, dear pals.

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  8. This is really sobering, such a great tragedy for our country. Wonderful photos, thank you for sharing them. I've never been able to see the area. It's bringing tears to my eyes.
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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  10. Thanks for sharing this. I'll never forgot that day or the days thereafter. Very surreal. Without the craziness of today's politics.

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  11. Wow, what a piece of history. Mom, had no idea that there are really "Xs" placed in the road where President Kennedy was shot! I bet you learn so much on your travels lil' doggie! Ditto 15andMeowing in that I travel vicariously through your pics! Thank you! Mew Mew!

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  12. It must have been very emotional to visit those historical places. I've never been to the US but this is one of the places I would like to visit.

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