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... the next day, and another 8 or 9 tourists wandering about. The people were really nice and stopped to chat with us and make sure we knew and understood the history. They pointed out a marked gravesite off to one side of the crater. It was the site of the most recent body discovered there, in 1988.
Like most of the monuments and cemeteries, Lochnager is located on the heights of the hills above the Somme River Valley. You look out ...
... the top of the Canal du Nord.
We had been climbing all day, going through a series of locks with a full sized peniche in front of us, sharing the lock. On that day, we counted about 19 commercial vessels, and about 15 pleasure craft of various kinds, mostly going down while we were going up. The next day the numbers would be about 16-17 commercial vessels and 4 pleasure craft. That is quite a lot of traffic and we could quickly see why it is ...
Started with breakfast at the Boulangerie then Rami set off to get the car. It took him 90 mins to find the place and find his way back. We have a Renault Captur- unfortunately it is not an eye catching colour but at least not grey.
Despite dire predictions it only took us 15 mins to clear Paris which was fantastic. I even managed to photograph the field of goats near our apartment.
We visited Monet's garden which ...
... than on previous outings in the city. As we made our way toward the restaurant, we encountered thousands of people with blue and pink flags waving signs and donning stickers protesting gay-marriage. As we passed, Anthony called some of them "homophobes" and was floored that some of the people had put protest stickers on their children. Later, he explained to our students that France was actually a very progressive country and that most of the people at the protest were not from ...
... absorb all of what we saw and heard,makes me appreciate those three unforgettable days.Thanks for the privilege of being able to share them together. Peter
Do you remeber Val McLean from SHS days?? She and her husband were very involved in the Villers B school!!
Great photos, I amsure it will be one of those experiences you will never forget! I am sure dad would have loved to see all of it as well. Love the gum leaves Kerry! Wendy