This is the 10th part in the series of photos from Grandma and Grandpa’s 50 anniversary celebration. This is, of course, Uncle Vernon’s family.
My trip home from Yokahama to the Golden Gate Bridge was uneventful in that the sea was very, very calm, with one exception. Our ship, the Fred C. Ainsworth, was an Army transportation-operated ship. It had a very light load, … Continue reading
One time, I was pulling Front Gate Duty at night. About 2 a.m. I had a hard time staying awake. Sleeping on guard duty is a no-no in the Army so I was desperate for something to help keep me … Continue reading
The winter of 1946 – 1947 was cold in Tokyo, and the ducks on the moat around the Imperial Palace froze right in the ice and couldn’t move until it melted. One day, I took a street car ride. The … Continue reading