JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- It's never too late to honor those who have fought and died for the United States.
But for some, the late night twilight was the best time to visit the Veterans Memorial Wall in downtown Jacksonville.
"I wanted to come out here earlier, but we had cookouts and other things going on all day, but I told my daughter we would not miss it," said Donna Pressley.
Pressley said she's never lost a family member or friend to war, but felt compelled to visit.
"I want to show my daughter something that is so overwhelming and show her that this is how America is. We stick together," Pressley said.
Just before sunset a half dozen men and a lone woman rolled up on their motorcycles.
Each was a member of the armed forces. They come to the wall each Memorial Day and spend silent moments with each panel of the wall.