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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Those Places Thursday - St. George, Utah (Fall 1963)


Those Places Thursday - St. George, Utah (Fall 1963)




In the fall of 1963 we moved from Winslow, Arizona, to St. George Utah. This move took us from south and east of the Grand Canyon to north and west of the Grand Canyon! The whole detachment, all the radars, all the trailers they were housed in, all moved from the mesa west of Winslow to another mesa on the west edge of St. George. Actually, in the photo, above, looking north and a little west, you can see the north end of the mesa to the far left. The St. George airport is also on the mesa; the detachment was to the south end of the mesa.

It appears this photo was taken at Christmas time; I can see the wreath and other decorations. We lived here until Summer 1964. Allison was born in March. Life marches on.  ;-)


Families are forever!  ;-)

2 comments:

  1. Wonderful place and time..in MY opinion..LOL :-)

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  2. You are about to become a new star of this place and time, as well. ;-)

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