Memorial walk


A closer look at the memorial walk I showed yesterday. As some commenters expressed, it does seem a sort of strange place for remembering those who are no longer with us. 


 But this additional plaque explains that those who are remembered here were part of Sarnia's elite - those craftspeople who helped build the city and make it what it is today. A nice way to be remembered!

11 comments:

Paul in Powell River said...

I actually think it's a great idea. Our local effort is a wall, I go look at it often, as after 40 years here I knew an awful lot of the people named there.

Olivier said...

un beau memorial, j'aime beaucoup cette idee

Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting memorial and homage!
Léia

Lowell said...

I can see your time in Sarnia was not wasted. This is a beautiful memorial garden!

Janet said...

A good way to build memories.

RedPat said...

Very cool!

Randy said...

I've seen something similar to this before. Nice shots.

hamilton said...

I like this idea - the paving stones are needed so it becomes a useful memorial. Just be careful who you step on!

Ali Crehan said...

These brick pathways are very common around here, especially as fundaraisers. At the local animal shelter where I volunteer, most of the bricks are in memory of a loved one - both four footed and bipedal.

Lindy said...

Very nice and thoughtful, indeed.

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Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I like this idea.

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