This morning we continued our journey east…finishing our trip through Ohio and then driving about twenty miles through West Virginia before making it to Pennsylvania.
Shortly after entering PA we stopped at the Visitor’s Center to get some information and to pick up a couple of caches. We asked the attendant about things to do in the area. First she mentioned Braddock’s grave (English General who died here during the French and Indian War) and then she mentioned the memorial for Flight 93 which is about two hours from the Visitor’s Center.
Two hours later we were at the Memorial. It’s about 20 miles north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike near the Somerset exit (#110). After turning into the memorial park you drive another three and half miles to the memorial site.
|A memorial nook.|
|The columns along the flight path|
|Detail of one of the columns|