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... to sand and repaint soon.
I only started to feel better the next day when I saw a photo of a very large commercial barge which had gotten itself stuck under a bridge in Paris. I guess even the big boys mess up sometimes.
Saturday was getting even warmer, and we all piled into a van Nelson and Debbie kindly rented and took off to St. Valery sur Somme, which is at the end of the Somme River. The lock at St Valery ...
Bit of a sleep in this morning. Had a great FaceTime with Andrea and saw Amelie and Riley. Niiki's mother Jill has died so Nikki is in England. Luckily he made it before she died. Amelie is such a dear little baby and so good. Riley seems to have got over terrible twos for now. That made us a bit late for breakfast and we had to rush a bit. Derek never recovered a relaxed ...
Up at 7 am for a good breakfast ((if a little Fawlty Towers) and in the bus to golf by 8.30. Hardelot, Le Pins, was a great course set amongst pine and oak trees but much sparser than other days. It was established in 1905. There were very classy houses set amongst the trees and all was beautiful except the weather. After I had played four holes, the heavens opened and the lightning horn sounded and we had to leave the course. We ...
... 8217;t really see anything that caught our eye. As we walked to the restaurant, along another route, we came to one of the big squares – but not the biggest – where there was a very LOUD rock band (American we think) playing, a beer tent and lots of young people standing around and partying. Not our kind of music so we didn’t linger.
Buchot is noted for its fish dishes but also for its mussels, so that’s what ...
... bullet casings etc. Across the road is the third battalion memorial. The only one not an obelisk. Used to be a digger bayoneting a German eagle but had to be changed. Now a digger. Colin told us the story about the best battle for Australia - Mont Saint Quentin. Amazing story, I must look it up when I get home. On the way back to Amiens we saw the final takeoff place of the Red Baron at Cappy. Also his chateau. Sure had a nice home. Back to hotel and then off ...