YOU MISSED A GREAT TIME WITH
YOUR FELLOW COTV MEMBERS
SOME IN THEIR CARS
AND SOME ON MOTORCYCLES
AT MURRIETA’S VETERAN’S DAY PARADE
Downtown Murrieta along Washington Avenue
and into Town Square Park.
The Parade began at 10am with a Flyover
NO – NOT THAT FLYOVER, THE BIG BOY FLYOVER
November 11, 2015
The day started cool, with frost on roof tops and sweaters on participants, but the sun came out for the start of the parade a little after 10am. As in years past, some COTV members participated with members of the Temecula Women’s Club to show our all-American pride.
Bill Steed and Joe Priebe decorated their convertibles to provide seating for some of the TWC officers and Ray McIntosh and Rob Weber covered their motorcycles with flags to lead the way. One TWC member’s husband also brought along his Slingshot to add to the moving finery. Everyone got there by 9am and then patiently or impatiently waited for their turn as entrant #50 in a very long parade
Judy McIntosh, her son and her soon-to-be in the army granddaughter and her Marine spouse, as well as Daryl Weber, were viewers and photographers along the route and Dave and Betsy Crook were at the finish line to greet the slow driving vehicles. Those who were hungry afterwards headed to Pechanga for the buffet honoring veterans.