Well we headed out after lunch to see what things we could find. As we rounded the corner of a back road, we came upon the below sign at the Fire Station.
Yes this is the real thing, check this out HERE , these people are nuts.
|A half mile later, we passed this and had to turn around.|
|A good number of the head stones had pictures of the pets.|
|The cemetery is very large an there are a lot of animals buried here.|
These are the basic markers and they are all over the place. Looks like the lawn mower man hits them.
|One of the better head stones, and there were many.|
|Time to move on and we came to the Patton Museum.|
|Wish I had one of these.|
|Wow, surprised to see that Patton was married in Massachusetts.|
The museum was nice but there wasn't that many things to view.
They did have his guns!
|Patton was a tough man but he seemed to have respect for his soldiers.|
|This is just a sampling of the pictures showing Patton with his troops.|
|A special Jeep designed by Patton?|
|It looked like it was built by a couple of kids with a hammer and welded with coat hangers|
|Patton in his older years with his wife.|
|Pictures of the car show that it doesn't look to bad.|
|And the car after being repaired|
|Patton's last ride.|
|At the memorial park outside the museum as we were leaving.|
|Moving on we arrived at our last destination for the day.|
And do you know who this famous horse is? I believe he is one of the most known horses in the world. Continue on!