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This is a lovely memorial. It was written: " Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."
There as flowers, three flags and a view on a body of water.
There were lots of bricks with...More
This memorial is located alongside highway 101, just a short distance north of the McCullough Bridge. Positioned on one of the fingers of Coos Bay it has as a backdrop the bay and dunes.
Along with the veterans memorial there is also a POW/MIA memorial...More
Directly off Hwy 101, before you hit the McCullough Bridge, taking you into North Bend, Oregon. It is a beautiful representation of what our soldiers give up to defend our Country. They recently added a POW/MIA beautiful stone piece to the Wayside. Enjoy the birds,...More
On Hwy 101 and easy to reach - just north of Horsfall Beach Road and the view looks south to the North Bend Bridge (which is a beautiful Oregon Coast Bridge, especially from this angle). Great for reflection, photos and a nice stop before heading...More
Very nice site. Its a local place for me so, I stop by there at least once a month. Anyone will enjoy this site. It pays great honor and respect to veterans. There is a donation box, too. There is nice scenery. They have picnic...More
I have a soft spot for veterans and their sacrifices to serve our country, whether they served in war zones or not, so this quiet, accessible memorial in honor of US veterans is meaningful and well done. I like the reminders of service and powerful...More
Stopped by when we were passing by on our way north. A very dignified memorial that has some brilliant quotes to make you think. Right on the river with a nice view of the bridge. Definitely worth stopping by and taking a moment to consider...More
The Veterans who enabled the happening of this Memorial also allowed me to include a marker for my son, Jeremy Bright. He was not a veteran, never grew up enough to make that choice. He has many veterans in his family, including his sister ......More