While 4th of July is traditionally celebrated as America's birthday, June 14th is the day to honor our flag. So every American should proudly display our flag this day.
"I am what you make me; nothing more. I swing before your eyes as a bright gleam of color, a symbol of yourself."
It is said that already in 1885 the idea of a Flag Day was born, many people suggested to establish a National Flag Day. However it took a long time until August 3rd 1949, when President Truman designated June 14th as National Flag Day.
Read here the interesting story about the history of Flag Day
See more of the beautiful area from the top of our home where we live
Salt Lake City Utah, cradle in between the Wasatch and the Oquirrh Mountains, Home of the 2002 winter Olympics and the Greatest Snow on earth. The Salt Lake Metro Area stretches between Bountiful and Bluffdale Utah