Premiere Classe Cambrai Proville
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The sky had cleared, wane sunshine with both the wind and temperature dropping to create a stimulating autumn evening.
Just love returning to the house to find the fire well lit and generating warmth throughout. It is indeed luxurious when you dont have to either clean the fireplace or start the fire.
Below are a series of photos taken of the Somme countryside during our week stay.
No matter where you drive, you always see wind turbines. Sometimes a few, sometimes fields or rows of them. As we drive towards these scattered locations, notice the fields have drying corn, others sprouts of green or some obscure green crop. Piled ready for collection are gigantic heaps of sugar beet and potatoes, enormous haystacks, even though there's limited livestock seen, and farmers busy ploughing, cutting, gathering.
... among the graves.
Dernacourt, Jeancourt, Grevilles. Each cemetery has its own register, for those buried and those whose names are inscribed on the memorial. We recorded our visit and the soldier searched for on Lyn's behalf. Initially I was doing a friend a favour and out of curiosity, but it soon became personal to locate each and every one.
... and a bit more time at the Australian National Memorial. Then off to the Devonshire Cemetery, Gordon Cemetery then back to Mametz Wood seeing the sun was out and hoping to get the bright colours of the Welsh Memorial. Before heading back to the campsite, pizza & beer for tea and heading off to sleep with it ...
... up, a dam site quicker than the tent we were originally going bring, went for a wander in the local village, visited a WW1 cemetery which was beautifully kept in the memory of our fallen heroes, I think my great great grandad is around here somewhere but couldn't find him at this one. Wandered back into the village in the sweltering heat and found a little shop selling cheap plastic bottle of wine ...