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Discussion in 'Photos' started by sfarson, Jun 16, 2012.
Maybe it should have said "southpaw" instead of "lefty" given the current use of that term.
The Mick....very nice. Thanks for pointing that one out. Love that it was restored and has been maintained.
Harry Wade Exit route, Hwy 127 and Dumont Dunes. North of Baker, California.
Surprisingly most US States had German and Italian POW camps. There are a few buildings still hanging around, interestingly almost all of them were housed in clapboard buildings covered in tar paper. Saw one in Wyoming a few years ago that was still in excellent condition. My wife's parents and all of her aunts and uncles were housed in POW camps in Calif and Arizona. Nebraska had around 20 POW camps to provide labor for local farmers. One large German POW Camp in Alabama was disbanded in 1944/45 but many of the POW's requested citizenship and there are several German communities still there today, with a German flavored accent.
Wikipedia has the story about WWII POW Camps.
Here is a book about New Hampshire's WWII German POW Camp:
September 18, 2019
Just outside Custer South Dakota:
Air Superiority seems historical!
On the way from CA. to KY. in TX. , I followed the Kings Highway quite a bit.
Lots of history in TX.
This was my mode. Rear tire is getting thin.
Bridges around Ft Knox that were built by German POWs We got to practice simulating blowing up (had to figure out how much explosive to use)/dropping bridges. Solid stone arch bridges. Pretty impressive structures. Most everyone underestimated the amount of explosives required due to the robust nature of the build.
Rabbit Hatch KY established 1813.
Tons of bikes and classic cars along the Ohio River today.
The British Columbia Okanogan that is.
Last week out on my KTM 625