Nov 10, 2010

The Edmund Fitzgerald

Remembering
 The Edmund Fitzgerald


I did this scrapbook page a while back but I thought I'd share it today

5 comments:

Dee said...

Such a tragedy.

jack69 said...

Thanks Cher. I have heard of the Fitzgerald, but this is the first time I have ever taken the time to read. Thanks for awakening a vital piece of history.

Thank the Hubby for his Service to our Country!!
Love y'all
Jack & Sherry

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

I really never knew the story, just the song. What a very sad event.
I love the page you made for scrapbooking, very true saying.

~mel said...

Oh ... I just got the goose bumps. I remember when this happened and it truly was a sad sad day. I was just visiting the link and I remember hearing that radio broadcast between Capt. Anderson and the coast guard on the television about losing the contact with the Fitzgerald. It truly was a tragedy. The families of those brave souls are in my prayers.

Cathy Clementz said...

Living within about 40 minutes of the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum and the point where the Fitz sank, I always feel a sadness this time of year about it. Now, that we spend winters away, it seems odd when I think about the Fitz in November.