Hewwwow! Finnackles here. I wanna show you a little trip my Momma and
I took one rainy Saturday. We headed out for a little ride to the Grumman Memorial Park.
Do you know about Grumman? If you are an American and are proud of our WWII
vets and the advancements we made during the Space Race, you should. Even though
wiki is what wiki is, click here for a little history about Grumman.
Here we are! Momma said it's important to learn about history stuffs,
so off we went to read about some of the stuffs they had out.
Then Momma let me practice jumping and down off things
because I needed a reading break...
Yowsa! Look at that!
In case you can't read it, it says:
In honor of the men and women of Grumman who served in the armed forces of the United States and in memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice in World War II.
Wow, thanks Finn for that great history lesson. That was such fun. Those planes are really something. Thanks for taking us there. Have a great week end.ReplyDelete
Wow, you get around, girl. Thanks for the interesting photos. We love your jumping photo.ReplyDelete
Tucker and Daisy
My dad was a huge airplane lover, and at one time I new all the Grumman made planes. I didn't know there was a park though. I'd love to visit there one day!ReplyDelete
OH Finn... Girrrrrl that is really INTERESTING and VERY Special. Thank you fur showing it to us.ReplyDelete
Wow, a history lesson AND a grreat playtime. How exciting!ReplyDelete
Wow you are going to be so well educated, we are very impressed!ReplyDelete
Great history lesson Finn and nice place. Have a lovely Saturday.ReplyDelete
Best wishes Molly
You guys have the best places to go for walks. Thanks for sharing the history lesson!ReplyDelete
That is PAWSOME - our mom used to be a high school history so she found this post particularly interesting!!ReplyDelete
Wally & Sammy
Well that certainly looked like a great place to explore Finnster....thank you for sharing such interesting finds with us.ReplyDelete
What a cool place to visit!ReplyDelete
Stop on by for a visit
Hi Finn we have heard of it but never visited or seen pictures.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing. AND BTW good job on the jumping!!
Hugs your BFFF
We love history. Great outing.ReplyDelete
Love and licks, Winnie
Thanks for the lesson Finn. And yes it is good to know our history.ReplyDelete
Wow thanks for taking me along Finn. That was really cool. Those planes are sure big. You must be a really good reader.ReplyDelete
That's the best way to learn about history....lots of area to run around in and let all that information sink in!ReplyDelete
Thanks for taking us.
XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy
Howdy Finn, thanks for all the photos. It sounds like a fab place to visit. No worries, and love, Stella and RoryReplyDelete
Pawsome history lesson!ReplyDelete
It is important that we learn this history and one day others will learn our history. That is how we are all united.ReplyDelete
Murphy and Stanley
Hey, Finn. That was fun! Thanks for taking us along.ReplyDelete
An interesting place to be! And like Murphy & Stanley said, history is important!:)ReplyDelete
I loved your post!
Thanks for sharing your pawesome trip!
Kisses and hugs
What a fun day trip with your Momma! Thanks for sharing all those awesome military stuffs and good job on the reading. That's really cool that the park let pups in, most of ours do not! :-DReplyDelete
Definitely a fun place to visit for you and your mom! And you got to learn some stuff too!! xoxo Chloe and LadyBugReplyDelete
That was a lovely post Finn, and what a great day out you had :) xx000xxReplyDelete
Mollie and Alfie
Thanks for the interesting and historical tour, Finn!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your weekend!
Great post Finn. My Human Grandad, a WW2 veteran pilot, would be so pleased that those who built the planes that helped win the war are also remembered.ReplyDelete
Holy cow, Finn! You really got a history lesson on that day trip. That is really neat I never knew about Grunnum park but my grandpa fought in WWII.ReplyDelete
Really cool for you! That must have been a fun time :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for showing the pics, feels like I was there too.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the history lesson. I kind of remember learning about this in history class a few semesters ago.ReplyDelete
That looks like a great park. You are lucky that you were able to visit there Finn.ReplyDelete
Finn ~ I love seeing what is around where other people live. Lee said her father was in World War II in the South Pacific and he had pictures of a lot of those old planes. What an interesting place to tour.ReplyDelete
Thanks for being a friend
Sweet William The Scot