Hi Glenda & Charles,


Our 94th Mini reunion at the new Veterans Memorial Museum grand opening dedication in Chehalis WA. on July 2nd was terrific! As Susie & I were driving in, about half way on trip an American bald Eagle flew by our car, this must have been our first omen. During the raising of the colors as the flag was going up the pole for the first time another American Bald Eagle was circling fairly close as we were looking out the direction of Mount St Helens, breath taking are the words I would describe. We all had a great time together, toured the Museum then we all drove over to a restaurant nearby, had lunch & shared many stories. Gary & Roger had a lot to share being in Headquarters Battery at the same time, a lot of names & stories were shared. Dave & Gary shared a lot of stories also on there trips up & down Hwy 1. We're looking forward to the Ft. Sill reunion in May 2006.

It will be a "Blast" Arty talk. Ha

This is the Veterans Memorial Museum Web site http://www.veteransmuseum.org/

Veterans memorial Museum Chehalis WA. Exit 77 off I-5
L to R, Roger Swanger HHB-68/69, David Hardisty HHB- 70/71,
Darrell Gutsche B-Btry 67/68, Gary Goedecke HHB- 68/69
L to R, Gary Goedecke, Roger Swanger, Susie Gutsche, Darrell Gutsche, Marcia Hardisty,
Sharon Goedecke, David Hardisty. Lunch at Kit Carson restaurant, Chehalis, WA
Roger, Myself, Susie, Sharon, Gary.
Roger, Myself, Sharon, Gary
David & Marcia Hardisty
Ceramic tiles I purchased that are mounted on the "Wall of Honor" all Veterans past,
& present can buy these if desired. My name is next to my buddy Doug now for eternity.