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... more relaxed now. I headed back to hill 60
( http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_o f_Hill_60_(Western_Front) .
Wow...some serious craters....and bunkers all blowed up....just wandered around with me thoughts no one was there.....its left as it was except for sheep grazing the grass. Each crater was an explosion....holy ****....lot of explosions as it was nothing but craters. Very tranquil...hard to imagine the violence that had to ...
... slow motion and nothing you can do to help. There are these poles in the middle of the trail to prevent cars from driving on the trails and someone ran smack into it and flipped over the bike. She ended up being fine other than a cut chin and a big fright. Glad I brought the spray I was given to for my knee so I can be of a bit of help. She was a trooper and got back on and we continued the ride. Had nice conversation with fellow bikers as we traveled through this nice town. ...
... this one is in the middle of a forest.
Then on to Pheasant Wood, we knew the "museum" part wasn't open yet but wanted to get a few shots for Jo and Ward. The final part of the day was in Belgium...yes we have left France!!
we started our tour of Ypres in the "In Flanders Fields" Museum, another fabulous very detailed place with so much ...
... Uncle Cliff’s name on the Ploegstreet Memorial. Cliff was my maternal Gran’s younger brother who served with the Monmouthshire Regiment. On the 12th April 1918 a large German attack took place along the front of the 88th Brigade from Stenwick station to Rue du Sac ( near Bailleul and Nieuwkerke) The Monmouthshire regiment held the line but suffered heavy losses A lot of the men were wounded or killed by mortar and machine gun fire .The ...
... the fallen up until 16th August 1917. Those who died from that date until the end of the war are mentioned on panels at Tyne Cot cemetery. There are 34,984 of them. People come from around the world to take part in this ceremony each night and we have been surprised by the large crowds there the last 3 nights when we have attended.