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... in bands to make patterns. It seemed to break into jagged pieces though, not sure now they got it into blocks for the houses, though the blocks were smaller than even a modern glass brick, just little squares. So different, unusual. Anyway, took a few pictures in the twilight of the fishing boats on the pebbly foreshore, and we retired to our hotel, and comfortable beds and after the people next door stopped going in and out and upstairs to see their friends, slept like a ...
... this meal since yesterday and it did not disappoint. Ben E. Was a good sport going to a seafood place since he doesn't like it and was rewarded by an exceptional steak for him and Jack. The apple pie for dessert. While we think there is nothing more American than Apple pie it is apparently French. I would love to come back and spend a weekend here. (Who volunteers to pay for ...
... Pegasus bridge. Despite being two days since the official memorial events there were so many people around. The traffic ground to a halt, amongst the crowds we saw many military vehicles and service men and women. It was a great sight to see that so many people came to show their thanks for the greatest sacrifice. We finally arrived at Sword beach and remarkably found a spot to park the camper amongst the thousands of people flocking around, and found the memorial for the ...
We got going at 8:00 am. Went to Pegasus Bridge where the allies landed in Gliders on June 5/6. We visited the Ardennes Abbey where 20 Canadian soldiers (P.O.W.) were executed. Next stop was Aramage. Had lunch at Juno Beach. Walked Juno Beach, met many interesting people. We met a Royal Canadian Navy Sailor who was the first in on a mine sweeper. He sat off shore and witnessed the invasion. He was with his family and it was very emotional for ...
Took the opportunity on Wednesday to cross over to France. The weather forecasts are predicting strong winds and horrible weather over the next few days.
The passage across wasn't too bad, motored for a while whilst waiting for the wind to pick up - which it eventually did. Got some sailing ...
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