Monday, December 7, 2009

USS Oklahoma Anchor

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This being the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, it seemed fitting to post this -- one of the 3 anchors retrieved from the wreckage of the USS Oklahoma, which was sunk by 5 torpedos in that battle.

And, yes, this is my first post in many a moon. Sorry about that - I've got pics for the next few days at least, and if I can just get back into the habit, we'll be celebrating the 1000th post before too much longer.

2 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

Thank you for the update at San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

«Louis» lived in The Village, north of Britton Road, east of Pennsylvania Avenue, in the early '70s. Our back yard backed up to Cassidy School.

Louis la Vache said...

Indeed, a fitting post for Pearl Harbor Day.

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