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... officer that I didn't speak much French, so he told me in his best English to blow until the beeping stopped. I did as he said and nervously anticipated the results. He gave me a smile and told me I could go. Huge sigh of relief.
But honestly, my luck this week has been insane! Sylvie has never once been "controlled" in her life, and here I am getting it three times in one week. Hopefully that means I won't have any more encounters while I'm here!
... time to finish getting myself ready. By the time they are done and ready to head out the door, it is about 8:00. Right now, I am only dropping off two of the kids.So by the time I get them each at their respective schools and back home, it is around 9:00. Then, I have to leave the house by 4:00 PM, at the latest, to pick them up and bring them home. We have snack, do homework, play games, and take baths until the parents come home between 7:00 and 7:30. That means ...
... think maybe we've been a bit spoilt as it wasn't even busy it's just that the roads till now have been empty. As we left the next pretty town of Ezy-sur-Eure Peter noticed a bike path to our left going the same direction as us. Turns out it was an old train line and it was great cycling, we only saw another 6 cyclists, perfect even for Louise & Diane! As it was so quiet Peter realised my gears were noisy so some time was spent with ...
... took this hilltop and repelled the Germans. It said that out of Australia's total population of 4.3m at that stage, 416,000 volunteered for service in Europe and 313,000 served in action this area, with a staggering 65% losing their lives.
Lest we forget
There was one thing I left out of the highlights blog and that is a visit to the Australian War Memorial near Villers-Brettoneaux. We took a detour off the tour route to see the memorial to our Aussie diggers.
It's a very impressive memorial that was built between the 1st and 2nd world wars and is a fitting tribute.
Sadly my camera wasn’t working so I switched ...