The fourth of july
SOMETHING ABOUT THE FOURTH
AAAH!!! The 4th of July. Family outing at the beach, Shrimp on the Bar-BEE,1 1/2 inch corn fed Angus Rib eye steaks, Colorado Gold potatoes, and the ever famous Blooming Onion. UMMM! Can't wait for the 4th of July 2014.
Parades, Picnics, Bar-B-Q's, Games.
Comes around every year. Everybody celebrates the 4th.
Have you ever wondered, what does the 4th really mean. Any ideas?
Do they even teach the meaning of the 4th in school any more?
Independence Day, better known these days as the 4th is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776
What in the world are we celebrating the independence of?
We as a nation declared our independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain(now known as the United Kingdom)
Celebrating the traditions, and the history and government of the UNITED STATES.
This is the NATIONAL DAY of the UNITED STATES.
I am proud to have had the opportunity to serve my country. Proud of our for fathers when on July 2, 1776 the Second Continental Congress voted to approve a resolution of Independence that had been proposed by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia.
I guess I get a little patriotic this time of year. I am so thankful that we are STILL the GREATEST COUNTRY in the WORLD. No other country can come close to the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Thanks folks for listening to my ramblings. HAPPY 4th OF JULY. To Our Mutual Success............Frank