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We were asked to post one photo that speaks to us of our Independence Day. This is my favorite photo out of all the pics that I took on July 4th. In fact, I shared this photo in a previous post. This photo was actually taken on July 2nd, as the city was getting ready for the 4th of July parade.
This is a photo of Colton Hall in Monterey, California. Monterey has a HUGE historical significance in the Spanish and Mexican periods...and also in the American period. We are getting ready to celebrate another year of independence...and I don't know about you, but it feels really good ;) :)
Colton Hall is where the very first constitution for the State of California was signed. It also served as a school in the early 20th century. That bit of information I learned from my 80-something year old neighbor, whose mother went to school there.
Here's my entry for Independence in July :) :) Enjoy:
That's the news from the ocean shores of California today. Extra love and hugs to your day, Heather