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On our last day, Kurtis and I woke up at 5am and drove back to Honolulu. We went to Pearl Harbor and spent about 3 hours there. If you ever go, just know that the average visitors need AT LEAST 5 hours to explore it all. The dock by the Arizona Memorial actually was broken so we couldn't actually physically go on it, but we did get to watch a short documentary about the attack on Pearl Harbor and drive around to see the memorials. They also have a couple museums and other things to look at which was awesome.
I have 3 ancestors that were there during the attack. All three were brothers and all three died. They were my grandma's cousins. I found one of their name's on one of the plaques for the Oklahoma memorial plaque, but couldn't find the two others. I think on was on the Arizona, but I wouldn't have been able to have seen his name since I couldn't get on the memorial, and the other was in the air force.
I LOVE history, so it was really amazing and humbling to visit such a historical place.
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Gerald L. Clayton was one of my grandma's cousins on the Oklahoma that died during the attack.
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