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Memorial Day

My first time visiting San Bruno Memorial Veterans Cemetery, it was very emotional. I wasn't expecting what I saw. Thousands, upon of thousands of men and women that had served our country. Waves, upon of waves, of head stones. To be honest, I couldn't help but cry. I roamed through the grave sites for over an hour. Some of the date of births, were in the late 1800s. Some wars noted, WWI and the Spanish-American War. It was an experience. I shall be there again this weekend, to honor those that have served us.
Larry Adams May 28, 2013 at 06:08 PM
As impressive and awe-inspiring as Golden Gate National Cemetery is, it pales in comparison the Arlington National Cemetery... Golden Gate Cemetery has around 100,000 graves; Arlington has over 300,000 graves on 600+ acres.

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