On Sunday, it was cold, gray and solemn. The lack of sunlight made for a dreary-looking day. But that didn’t matter to the people at Fort Reno.
What mattered was they were there to honor the fallen, the brave soldiers of the United States military.
The historic fort was one of the locations for Wreaths Across America, a tradition kept all over the country since 2007 (but in a smaller capacity since 1992).
The tradition is a ceremony honoring the military, with Christmas wreaths laid on the graves of soldiers.