On January 30, 2010, Uncle Steve and I drove from Las Vegas to Anaheim Resort on the south side of Disneyland.

Well we finally arrived at Anaheim RV Resort and here we go again I had to reverse into this site also. This was a really nice park; it had a Jacuzzi and a heated swimming pool, and private shower restroom facilities. Our neighbors were there for several months during the winter. They had a top class Jayco Designer 5 th wheel, he was the colonel and his wife was Ping from China. We had a good time getting to know them; Ping spoke little English and kept to herself. The colonel had all kinds of stories to tell us. Some of them were hard to believe, but me and Uncle Steve had coffee with him almost every morning and laughed at his stories later.

We took a day trip to Hollywood and walked all over the place looking for stars. We had a great time shopping and having a beer or two. We really enjoyed walking around and looking at all the stars on the sidewalk and even the footprints at the Chinese theater. But we did not see any real stars oh well maybe next time.

We traveled back to Long Beach to visit The Queen Mary ship. I remember visiting this ship when I was in the Navy many years ago with my shipmates. We walked the entire length of the ship and all the floors that were allowed. We had the most delicious homemade milk shakes made with real ice cream and fresh fruits and candies. This ship was the largest Uncle Steve has ever been on and it was a spectacular sight for both of us. We went to the engine room and seen the giant diesel engine and control rooms as well as the sick bay.

We took a drive along Laguna and HuningtonBeach, really neat shoreline and restaurants.






Can I Order Two Pasteles Please?
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Fill Up with Ethyl??
Always in Da Dog Pound
Water Slide Yeah We Got Wet



Three Kings?
Where's My Cerveza??
I Got Those Suckers in my Sight!!
I Got The Bastards!!!!!
All Hands On Deck
Uncle Steve, these lines are loose
Ok, my side is nice and tight!!!
I Wish I Was in Hawaii.....
McHale's Navy
Ships Anchor
The Control Room