CAROLYN'S COMPOSITIONS

September 8, 2008

JOHN BARELY ESCAPES NYC on SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

CAROLYN’S COMPOSITIONS

JOHN BARELY ESCAPES NYC on SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

 

LMB resident John was working in one of the twin towers in New York City the morning of September 11, 2001. His story will be posted in the LMBoroLMPark Newsletter in three parts. To view photo illustrations taken by John, click on:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/lmborolmpark
http://www.flickr.com/photos/beaneryonlineliterarymagazine

 

On September 11, 2001, John was in New York City working as a freelance sound recordist/video engineer. He had many clients in downtown New York, where he found most of his jobs. He also worked in Philadelphia and other places, but the New York work was most challenging.

 

This Tuesday he was working at (to continue reading Part I of  John’s story, click on: LMB RESIDENT’S SEPT. 11, 2001 STORY: Part 1 of 2 & click on LMB RESIDENT’S SEPT. 11, 2001 STORY: Part 2 of 2  to read the second part of the story—this link is also at the end of Part 1)

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September 7, 2008

FLIGHT 93 CRASH SITE MEMORIAL

CAROLYN’S COMPOSITIONS
FLIGHT 93 CRASH SITE MEMORIAL

     The following is a description of the Flight 93 Crash Site Memorial formed spontaneously following the September 11 events. The scene evolved over the years, and is now being moved in preparation for a major memorial construction.
     A small parking lot on the left side of Skyline Drive, Stoneybrook Township, has four Portapotties. Beyond them, on a distant hill, under high voltage lines spanning open fields, two obsolete cranes stretch skyward.
     A parking area on the right roadside abuts the Flight 93 Temporary Memorial site.
     Restrictions, enforced by the Somerset County Sheriffs Deputies, are posted: “No solicitation, concessions, brochures or advertisements; No installation of structure, permanent or otherwise; No planting of flowers, trees or shrubs; No loitering or overnight parking.”
     A sign on a gray hut donated by the Assateague Island National Seashore requests Please do not (more…)

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