La Chartreuse du Val Saint Esprit
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... sacrifice. Facing the Douai Plain, is a single sculpture of a sorrowing woman, portraying Canada as a young nation mourning its dead. Inscribed on the walls of the monument are the names of the Canadian soldiers who died with no known grave.
In 1914, the Germans had advanced as far as the ridgeline known as Vimy Ridge, and thereafter dug in ...
A desperately needed haircut. The hairdresser didn't speak any english, so pantomime and pointing saved the day. Attended on the spot plus she resisted giving me a brush cut that other hairdressers have found necessary, so left with a smile.
Have a list of names and locations for Lyn's soldiers, so zig-zagging across the countryside to find them. Everywhere you go ...
... train had just left, and the next one was in an hour. A belgium lady also appeared on the station and made enquiries of the staff who were doing their best to remain hidden. As it was just us on the station, gravitated together, and as she spoke fluent english, we chatted. Continued chatting when we were on the train till we exited, she was continuing on towards Brussels. Pleasant way to pass the journey home.
Took a bit to get going as Ripley was still sick in the morning. The breakfast was quite nice at the hotel which was a nice surprise after the heat all night in the room. Aaron tried to visit the church but it was not open yet so we headed to Vimy ridge. The monument is really spectacular even though I just saw it a few months ago. It is the perfect place for the monument right on the ridge with all the figures looking down on the valley. We also saw all the sheep and there babies in ...
... of my "everyday" life that I no longer think about it. I no longer think about what it means, what it stands for, what McCrae was experiencing while writing it.
All that changed yesterday.
I had arranged to go on a tour with Flanders Battlefield Tours (great company by the way; highly recommend them), and met the small bus and 7 other visitors underneath the Menin Gate just before 1 pm. Our guide, Andre, a retired military officer who ...