Yuma, AZ High 78 Low 50
Toni took this picture of me while we were in Algodones waiting for lunch. I don’t usually like my picture but Toni did a great job.
Jim and I decided to check out the military museum at the Yuma Proving Ground. One problem, the museum was closed. So we scoped out the Imperial Dam area and also stopped to check out the tanks.
M4A3 Sherman Tank – manufactured April 1944 in Lima, Ohio. The holes in the body of the tank have had the edges ground flat which is known as European combat damage repairs. These repairs are a testimony to the fact that “Ol War Horse” is a WWII combat veteran.
How about this for a “toad”? It’s a M2A1 40MM towed anti-aircraft gun.
A M386 Launcher 762MM Rocket, Truck Mounted.
While we were gone, the girls just relaxed.
Went to dinner with my cousin John and his wife, Ellen. They have a house in Yuma which they are selling because they prefer to spend their winters in Tucson. Had a really great time.