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A Quiet night in Mont Saint-Michel

The street was emptied by the rain and darkness. A perfect time for a photo.



Finding things

What’s better than an attic full of the things someone once treasured, then grew up or turned in another direction, and now here’s the thing, dusty and worn yet special in some way just waiting to be discovered. 217 more words


George Patton's Summer of 1944

This is from Town Hall.

After weighing all of the facts several military historians among whose numbers were WWll veterans said the war could have ended in 1943. 814 more words

(My) Tour de France

No, I did not take up cycling while on vacation, but for over a week we did drive all across France, from north to south and east to west. 375 more words

Bayeux Museum: D-Day Exhibition

To commemorate the 70th D-Day Anniversary, the Bayeux Museum introduced a temporary D-Day exhibition, featuring several D-Day veterans’ artwork.

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Honfleur: worth repeating

Sometimes you stop en route for lunch, you feel you might have seen the best bits of a town from the restaurant window. Other times you leave, wishing you had been able to spend more time there to explore. 252 more words

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Project : Normandy Terrain boards stage 1

I have been making small bits of terrain for some time and recently

a lot of Western front WW2 type stuff. Unfortunately I have an… 394 more words