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... for us.
Traveling with us is BRUCE AND JAN BENDER from Denver. Friends of Chuck and Yvonne.
bruce had an Uncle whom he never met who died in this Battle of the Bulge. Well, Bruce located that Uncle, Charles Bender, which added to the emotional high. The six of us visited his cross marked grave.
Finally, we learned that the brilliant General GEORGE PATTON, who led the Allies in this
Battle, was also buried in ...
... was absolutely destroyed afterwards)
Obviously most of the stories are from women, not men, for the sole reason that girls use friends to share and to find solutions, whereas guys fix problems on their own.
There were also guys whose hearts were broken severly.
One guys wife died 1 week after giving birth to their son and another one lost his wife to cancer. Both of them were absolutely lovely people and I so hope that in the future they will find ...
... time on or in the water in some form or another. After Lausanne, we headed slightly back along the lake towards Geneva, where we hopped to do some wine tasting ... Morges. Unfortunately, we got our information wrong ... all the wineries are situated outside of the town, and as we had caught the train in, we missed out. Ah well, the UNESCO area of Lavaux will have to suffice. So, we headed back to the camper for a dinner, via a brief cycle along the waterfront of Ouchy - the port area of ...
From the northern edge of Reims, we headed further north still and to the small township of Foy, for Jase to have his fan moment and stand in the spot of the Ardennes, where the troops from easy company would have dug in and fought. After finding that Foy was not so much of a town than a few houses we managed to stumble across a military cemetery where he found an information board that said there was a site 5 minutes down ...
... a hail shower, then passed through a village which had
turned white with the hail. Natalie and Patrick were most excited by
this unusual (for them) sight.
Natalie and Patrick had swapped houses with Natalie's parents a few
years ago (great idea as her parents wanted less space while they were happy to take on a front and back yard), and her parents now lived in what had been their apartment (still three bedrooms) attached to a ...