I came across this tribute to the "Boys in Our Navy" earlier this week when I was Looping the Lakes on my bike.
Tucked in a flower bed and in the shadow of Lake Calhoun, there's a powerfully moving plaque in memory of these seamen. Names of the fallen are listed - wish there had been room on the bronze plate to tell a bit of a stroy about "Our Boys."
It's been 100 years since the War's end. I suspect our patriots fought bravely, and believed in the rightness of their mission.
Wonder how they'd feel about the powder keg world we live in now?