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... from the Germans; we visited the extremely emotional In Flanders Fields Museum; we walked around photographing the award winning Canadian monument of the soldier with bowed head; we clambered up Hill 60 and saw the Caterpillar Crater, the largest crater, a perfect circle within a wooded area. All is peaceful now, but just looking out over the flat, flat land, imagining the young men who fought and killed and ...
... the Aussies came 4th, 10th, 15th, 17th, 20th,21st and 27th. We did really well and everyone is happy. The last trophy given out was for the most places moved up the ladder and they called out 9698 Liam Robinson and Nathan Field. When they called this out Liam and I looked at each other, we weren't expecting this so it was a great surprise. It is a perpetual trophy so we will bring it home and then will have to ...
... he hoped to catch but I didn't see anything come up from anyone all the time I was there. The only thing they hooked was a cadet centreboard when a couple of kids sailed into the river! There were two Englishmen using a very large telescope at the end of the jetty too. So of course I asked them if they were watching the Cadets (and they were). I then managed to get a running commentary of the places around each mark and had a fair idea of where Liam and Nate were. They ...
Rest day for the kids today. We have all been banned from the club and sailing so most of the Aussies decided to visit Brugge. Various modes of transport were used but Daryl, Liam, Amanda, Nate and I took the coast tram to Oostende, then train to Brugge and used shank's pony for the rest. It took about an hour and a half to get there although it would be perhaps 30kms direct. It began with dark skies and a bit of rain so we took the umbrellas just in case. It ...
... ride back to the unit. We relaxed then got changed into our Aussie team shirts and got back to the club. Daryl even had time for a swim - yes a swim, in the North Sea! it is not as cold as was predicted. The kids were having a debrief under a tree so I was able to hand over Liam's team shirt before he went for his shower. The wind was lighter today and they had some very difficult tide patterns to cope with. Hopefully, next ...
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