B&B L'air du temps
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... well as a few foxholes.
And before I begin, please understand that this is something that is very important to me. I have always had a great appreciation for our military, as we all do, and with regards to World War II, I'm just so very interested in the history of the battles and the men that served. To have an opportunity to do this, is just one of the biggest highlights of my life. I don't know if I would have been able to do what they did ...
... the roads they needed to control all met in Bastogne. They were trying to get to the port of Antwerp to disrupt the Allied supply line. Back to Bastogne. From December 20-27, the Germans attacked the town. The Allies held. When the Germans thought they had them in a position of surrender, a German soldier was dispatched to request the Allied surrender. American General Anthony McAuliffe simply said "Nuts!" Which was a polite way of saying "Go ...
... I knew it I was in Luxembourg.
Funny thing, I think time has stopped in Luxembourg. It wasn't a parking lot. It was beautiful and everything I had ever imagined.
I know a golf course may seem a silly place to say thanks and some may think I am making light of my goal. But, I was . . . WAS . . . "somewhere in Luxenbourg" as I set out to be. And it was ...
... the Soldier's Medal, a distinction for an act of heroism not involving actual conflict with the enemy. I have that Medal, his dog tags and the telegram from the War Department to my grandparents advising him of his death.
The fog is lifting. I'm off on yet another bike ride. The border to Luxembourg is 6 kilometers away.
... little traffic. Let your eyes acclimate and stick to the center of the road until a car comes. Don't stare into oncoming headlights. Listen for traffic to your rear.You got this wired.
Oh, one other thing.
Did I mention it was raining chats et chiens. Pardon my French, but it was a friggin ( that's French) downpour. Cumfy and as dashing as your Navy peacoat is, water repellent it ain't.
Okay, I'm tough. What else ...