War

Last Georgina Military Museum Post

If you would like to see all of the Museum Posts, you will find the list here.

It is a great place to visit. I would like to thank Martin for sharing his knowledge and for being so kind for letting us in on a day that it was not open. If you are ever in the area, be sure to visit this museum. They have a web site you can visit by clicking here.

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rebel girl

Georgina Military Museum

We stopped at the Georgina Military Museum thinking we would take a few pictures of the vehicles outside. The snow started falling last night, and everything was covered in it. The building is closed through the week but we saw a man leaving the building and was pulling out of the lot.

I asked him if it was okay to take some photos and handed him our card. He actually pulled back in and opened the museum for us. His name was Martin and he is the Vice President of the museum. We were there for an hour. He gave us a good look around inside both buildings and told us so many things that we had no idea about the war.

The pictures I have are just a small sample of what you will see if you plan to visit. I forgot to tell him that I would send any of our pictures to him if he wanted. I also want to thank him for being so kind.

I will be doing another post (with pictures) tomorrow for Remembrance Day.

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rebel girl

Military Tank – Edit

We visited the Georgina Military Museum and took a bunch of pictures. Both of us will be posting about it tonight and tomorrow.

I took a picture of this tank:

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I did not want the van, flag pole and hydro lines in the photo. Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 to the rescue with the clone button. Then I used the free program PhotoShop Express to change the look.

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Not 100% perfect. I do see an improvement though.

Stay tuned for many more photos from our visit.

rebel girl