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... our heads smashed in.
We did find a pleasant enough windy path down to the beach - the bit without all the asphalt - with some withered looking desert plants that looked a bit odd in this very northern setting but at least were alive, and some nice flower plantings here and there in council planter boxes.
But the base line is - an old, faded sea port that's past its sell -by date that just fights against any improvement. Which ...
Today Andrews mum came back from her holiday to Australia so I had to clean and move all my stuff from her part of the house, so tonight I'll stay on the sofa bed in the loungeroom. Ron, Abi and I went for a drive today along the seaside. We drove through Brighton and headed up to Hastings and stopped along the way to check out the start of the White cliffs of Dover. It was so windy up there it was ridiculous. I could barely stand still because the wind ...
It's a reasonable trip up to Wimereux. We've been there before and it is a useful stop before Calais. It was over 200km but mostly on good roads. As we had the time, we decided to use the route nationale rather than the Peage. It takes a little longer, but the peages in Northern France have risen hugely in price, so avoiding €20 or so is ...
Wow! That wasn't just 'beaucoup de vent' it was a full scale storm. Monty was rockin and rollin for a good few hours. At one time it felt like he was lifting and moving sideways - he wasn't but it felt fairly intense. The storm passed over and the wind dropped to gale force and the night passed.
Off to Calais via Boulogne. The sea is ...
... It also happened that John McCrae was buried in this cemetery and we located his grave stone, too, only a few steps away from Lytton Wilde’s. We wondered if perhaps if Wilde and McCrae had crossed paths during the war. We soon left the cemetery and walked back to camp, stopping along the way to pick up a chausson. It was actually warm enough for us to not have our gloves and toques on and we hoped that this was going to be a more permanent trend in the days to come. ...