The memorial is well done and powerful in it's simplicity. A long, white wall stands in the direction of the plane's flight path to the ground. Extended beyond that, is a mowed path leading out to a large boulder, marking the impact site. The names of each passenger are engraved in black on the wall and the words "flight attendant" are engraved in white below the names of the flight crew. To me, that hardest part to see was the memorabilia left for the victims - photographs, letters, flags, hats, flowers. These people were loved and lost. They were innocent bystanders, just trying to get from point A to point B, and they were suddenly met with their worst fears. And in the face of their fears, they stood up to fight. They sacrificed.
I'm so glad I saw this. As hard as it was, I needed to. I will never forget.