Manoir De Lan Kerellec
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... out of the oven to give to the soldiers before they crossed the ocean.
We then headed off to Normandy and hit all of the sites from D-Day, starting with Pegasus bridge and ending with Pointe du Hoc, the US Rangers' involvement in D-Day. It was all very moving and so awesome to see in person. The German guns were still in the bunkers (full of holes and rusted) and the craters everywhere were awesome.
... to see why so many monks travel to see it, because it was very peaceful and there were many rooms to seek solitude.
The French are definitely living up to every cliche, ever. Multiple times a day we see people carrying baguettes around and creme brűlée is common everywhere--and very cheap and delicious.
We decided to travel onwards to our final destination in France, ...
... was a child, tapping limpets on rocks to see if you can make them move. This game fascinated Rose who ran around the beach looking for more of them to disturb. On the beach there was also a very interesting chapel, that had been built for sea farers to visit, now mainly weathered away by the elements. As it got a little cooler we then went back to the car and drove further along the coast for an evening picnic on the beach, before then returning ...
... time to explore the center and view the detailed displays. Afterwards we had time to see the two preserved German bunkers on site as well as walk out onto the beach itself. The students collected sand and shells from Juno to bring home.
We left Juno Beach and travelled to Arromanche for a stop for lunch and free time. Arromanche is a small seaside town but also the site of Port Winston which was used as a ...
... one of you would more than likely not make it back alive. It must have been so scary. Yet they did it.
I will close this blog repeating myself again. I’ll never know the fear nor the courage of those men. Thanks to them, I probably won’t ever have to.
Thank you for taking the time to read my thoughts and feelings. I have enjoyed keeping it and I thank God for allowing me to take this trip.