Military Vehicles

ANZAC Armistice Tribute

Thursday, November 5, 2020, dawned slightly overcast as I drove my 1952 Dodge M37 out of my driveway and north for 350kms (220 miles) up the center of the North Island of New Zealand to Cambridge. Armistice 2020 was being held at the Mighty River Domain, Lake Karapiro, over the weekend Nov. 6-8, the closest weekend to Armistice Day November 11 (Veterans Day in the USA). The event

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