5.06.2009

Bob Hope Memorial ~ Seaport Village





15 comments:

Pam said...

He sure was wonderful to our troops. I always enjoyed his comedy and his movies.
Thanks for your visit, have a great week...

Frank said...

What a remarkable man and career. Thanks for sharing and visitng beautiful Tampa, Flroida at www.tampadailyphoto.blogspot.com

I know it's not San Diego but we try very hard here.(Send fresh water.)

B Squared said...

They broke the mold after him. No one like him today.

isk8jewel said...

I had no idea about this memorial. What a wonderful tribute. Thanks for sharing.

MaCoBra said...

Interesting memorial..

Concerning the wooden shoe jewellery, if you dare to give me your address, I will send you some.. It was made by a guy who does it for a hobby. I will try to track him down. The only thing I want is a picture with them around your neck...:)

Barb said...

I love Bob Hope and what a wonderful memorial to a great man that did so much for our troops,thanks for sharing. Have a blessed day....Barb

bettyl said...

Such an awesome salute to a truly great American! It brings tears to my eyes thinking of what he did for the troops. Thanks for posting.

That is the chicken said...

What an unusual memorial...I love groups of statues...we have some in Calgary and they are more interesting than just one figure.

Jacob said...

Ah, this is so great. Bob Hope was irreplaceable!

Cezar and Léia said...

Fantastic memorial and outstanding pictures!
Many thanks for sharing!
I liked a lot,mainly the first shot!
Léia

Marie-Noyale said...

What a beautiful lighting for this memorial...
That nice smile was worth a million!....

~Cheryl said...

This is wonderful--what a tribute! We were in Seaport but didn't see this. Next time....

*SparkleMirror* Kiln-Fired Art Studio said...

Hi Nancy... This tribute must have been put up after I left, because I would've remembered this at Seaport Villiage. Thanks for the introduction and keeping me current!
David

SD at "Addicted to The Click" said...

So Cool!

JM said...

This is great! I just knew about the memorial existence a month or two ago.