Leaving Moreno Valley heading for Patton Museum.
We're in the Cabazon area, the morning hazy is still hanging around even with the wind blowing.
Wind generators churning away.
More wind generators.
Arriving at our off ramp for Patton Museum.
Exiting the interstate
From the over pass I could that no one was in the parking lot.
Patton Museum ahead.
Only ones in the parking lot.
Patton Museum-statue of Patton
Several tanks can be seen through the chain-link fence
Patton has their own little wall of names.
Julie reading the names.
Photo with General Patton
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Names on bricks
Motorize mule, there is a photo of this driver on a similar mule in Vietnam as a young soldier.
Physical relief map is in the main room of the local region.
Another view of the relief map.
There are gun displays through out the museum.
I'll take the one at the top.
Were's the gun that goes with that big boy.
Honey, can I have one for my birthday.
Here's that photo of the driver as a young solder in Vietnam.
Julie in front of a wall of political cartoons.
Varies helmets on display.
A place of Honnor.
There are several tanks in the yard.
Many of the tanks have sponsors.
One of several different kinds of "duck" boats
In the background is a tank hauler that they are restoring.
One can picnic among the heavy metal beasts
Time to move on.
Last sight of those tanks.