San Diego California A wonderful place to meet Old Friends and Ship Mates you have not seen since our last reunion in (Nashville)
Trish and I find that the Reunion allow us to visit placers we have not visited before, or revisit a place finding it to have changed since we were there years ago. It is even more fun to go out with a group enjoy the simple good things in life and with friends its even better.
The Photograph was taken by Dave Philips at Sea Port Village with Coronado in the background
Note the Couple enjoying the Sun Set together in San Diego .This photo was taken at Sea Port Village one of our Stops on our reunion tour.
Seaport Village also was once the site of the Coronado Car Ferry now out of service ( XXX ), but we took the People ferry that still runs across and back.
Left- Waiting in Line at Phil's BBQ. Right- First in line in front of Hotel Motor Trolley San Diego City Tour.
All Aboard for the San Diego Hop-On-Hop-Off Trolley
Our Tour Bus drove though old NTC to Stop at the USS RECRUIT, but it was under renovation so I extracted some old Photos so you could see what it should look like
Yes the Bridge was closed to Motor traffic, but you could still walk across it to the Old Boot camp site.
Some of the Wonders in Balboa Park, the Botanical Gardens on the right.
Fine Art Museum in Balboa Park, on Right the Del Coronado taken from the Beach
Just part of old Town Plaza and Sate Park first Stop on Trolley Tour
USS Midway taken from the Air by Dave Philips
Midway Flight Deck
Some of the Crew First Standing for Photos, Second sitting to rest their feet after walking from Stem to Stern
Old Spaghetti Factory for Lunch
Trish Favorite place in Little Italy, the Have One in Napa bit closer to home
Our guest speaker Admiral J.R. McNeal and the Association's guest sponsor Bernard Korth
Goodbye To All until Next Year and hope to see you all in Washington DC.