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Up early this morning as we are travelling again. Caught the train back to Paris Nord. It certainly travels very fast. Sitting right at the back so not as smooth as the ride up. Then onto the TER to Beauvais. Looks a nice town but didn't stay to explore. Caught the No. 12 bus out to the airport and then walked to the guest house. Had dinner in - it was very nice, homemade food for a ...
... to be going OK thanks to the two levels of ticket machines which means the high level one is accessible from my window. So far so good. However, it's slightly trickier at the other end because while you can put money in at a high level - the change comes out somewhere by Bronwyn's wheel arch. Good job we only had to donate 20 cents to the car behind.
Found the campsite, la Safriere at Morlay easily and were led to our pitch, all of 100 yards, by a ...
... Memorial in Villers-Bretonneux. Once again it was to be an informal ceremony, but the mayor was in attendance... The memorial is quite large and on a hill. The march was up this hill! But once again it was a moving experience. We were on Australian soil at this memorial and it is interesting how this can catch in your throat. We are far from home, tired and emotional!
There were other Aussies visiting the memorial as we played including a family from Canberra! Down the hill ...
... got funnier when the man tried to explain that he liked the concert but kept on hitting his chest and saying ***** ... We think maybe he was using a vernacular like we were **** hot .... Not sure!!!
Another late night though as we drove back to Vignacourt. Bus driver didn't know we needed to be dropped off at the farm and we took a while to convince him that everyone's hosts were waiting for us there.
Another late night ... We tip toe into the house as our hosts are ...
... the mayor greeted us with some very strong words about the link between Vignacourt and Australia. The atmosphere of the band started to change. We played some hymns and it was then it really hit, that this was like a funeral for not only great uncle Jack but for all the soldiers here. A letter was read from Jack's Dad to Jack's brother explaining that Jack had died. Then the last post and a minutes silence.
We then marched from the cemetery ...
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