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... train and the next one doesn't leave for another hour, so now I am enjoying a boxed sandwich and a beer. I guess balancing all the eggs yesterday helped me out. I managed to carry my bag, wheel my suitcase and manoeuvre the food tray with only one near spill. Unfortunately missing the train means I have an hour less to travel around Paris, but that's the way things ...
... Day, I hope everyone was able to spend a few minutes remembering all those who lost their lives 98 years ago. The first soldier I ever researched, Narcisse Dufour, died at the Battle of Vimy Ridge. It’s because of that research that I grew to love history and look where that has brought me! Today is also my favourite twins’ birthdays and I was able to celebrate with them in France, sort of. Happy Birthday Adam and ...
... of shopping for only a little at a time. Nothing ever goes bad and I get to eat what I want. Not what I have. Speaking of eating, I’ve had trouble with that today. First I forgot to bring my pasta to work with me, so lunch consisted of my leftover Air Canada brownie and some cookies that were in my bag. Healthy is my middle name! Then when I got home I decided to put my pasta in the microwave to heat it up, and I had to learn an entirely ...
... design that functioned so well. He was thoroughly impressed when we confirmed that the work was completed wholly by he students and not by professionals!
He particularly liked the ability to search fallen soldiers profiles and regiments. Finally he congratulated our students wished us a pleasant stay in Normandy and agree to have a group photo taken.
Thanks again to Dave for his awesome networking skills (in ...
... then crawl up on the French shore.
We walked that very beach before entering the Centre. It was cold and windy with a sky that alternated between white-out overcast and tumbling grey clouds threatening rain. The waves were very choppy and the beach was empty except for a few kite fliers. With almost no one else around it was easy to envision the D-Day convoy advancing on the beach.
Beyond the sand dunes the Centre's pavilion ...