Welcome to Rolling With The Moving Wall 2010. The Moving Wall is a half-scale replica of Washington DC's Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Since 1984, The Moving Wall has toured the country, having installed itself for public viewing at over a thousand towns and cities. A conservative estimate would put the number of past visitors in the millions. This summer and fall, that number of visitors will grow as The Moving Wall will be hosted by almost forty additional towns and cities.

This site is dedicated to community members in those towns and cities who'd like to post comments from having visited The Moving Wall during its stay, and to those others who might like to read those comments.

If you are a community member of one of the towns listed below and you would like to post comments, reflections, observations, poems, etc. to the blog,
you can do so easily by moving your computer cursor over the "comments" link that appears to the right below your town's name, clicking on it, and writing in the text box that pops open. (Be sure to click on "Post Comment" before navigating away from the page)

If you would like to post images to this site, please send them to rollingwiththemovingwall@gmail.com, and be sure to include the location from which the pictures comes.

Also, if you would like to read my personal blog relating to The Moving Wall, please visit

Please consider participating in my very brief and anonymous survey on visitors to The Moving Wall. The survey is only ten questions long, and can be accessed at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CK3N5W3

I am also quite honored and pleased that Sharon Denitto has requested that here excellent site, Touch The Wall (
http://www.touchthewall.org), be linked here. Please visit Touch The Wall, as her hard work offers a unique perspective on The Wall and presents information not readily found elsewhere.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Batavia, NY 6/24-6/28


  1. Jerry
    Will pass this on to the people working with me and post it up during the visit to Batavia. This is my first time hosting The Wall, but one of the men working with me has done 13 previously to this one and I feel blessed he is here to help me. Will keep you posted on the visit.

  2. is there a motorcycle escort for the wall when it arrives
    Tom R.

  3. I'll be coming in from Johnson City Tn.and I would like to know if you are having a escort.and If you are where is the escort meeting the Wall.Glenn Cargain CVMA Tn

  4. dear anonymous and glenn, i suspect there will be an escort, though i don't know for sure. here is a contact to call for more info: william r. davis, 585 297 0055. if you are unable to reach "bill", the group leading the charge here is the women's aux. DAV chapter 166


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