Terry Hager suggested that we meet and visit the General Patton Museum. Terry and Ruth traveled east and my husband Terry and I traveled west and met at the Chiriaco Summit Café exit 173 on Interstate 10. Training for the troops was done in this geographical area. Lunch was good and we had no problem conversing about our father and teacher’s participation WWII, our writing and RVing in general. The museum was very informative about this time in history.
I knew that they had rationing during WWII but didn’t know about recycling. The poster reads:
“ PUT OUT YOUR PAPER- METAL- BONES.
THEY MAKE PLANES, GUNS, TANKS AND AMMUNITION.”