|Entrance to the Flight 93 National Memorial. Grey stone walkway is the flight path.|
The memorial, which consists of a museum/visitor center situated directly on the path of the doomed flight, is embraced by a long, semicircular walk that leads to the site of the crash. The walk eventually will be shaded by 40 groves of trees to commemorate each of the passengers and crew members killed on September 11, 2001. To date, some of the groves have been planted, but the memorial is still a work in progress.
Nonetheless, visiting the site is extraordinarily moving and emotional. There were lots of tears among everyone there--including Kali's and mine.
|View back toward the museum along the flight path|
|Crash site overlook at the end of the flight path walkway|