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la crête des Vosges

Tout jeune il avait vu sa villa natale envahie, puis sa province mutilée il avait, suivant l’émouvante image de Jules Ferry, entendu monter derrière la crête bleue des Vosges, les lamentations des vaincus.

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Belle Époque

Not your Momma's yogurt

Hi everyone! I hope your weekend was filled with all sorts of fun. I took a trip to Whole Foods on Sunday and discovered that, suddenly, all things sweet have become savory. 597 more words

Blue Hill

Tour de France: From Sacrifice to Sucess

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If some of you still wonder how or why parts of the world stop and stare at their TV screens for days at a time watching people ride up and down and left and right on the small French provincial roads every summer, well it is for those exact reasons highlighted in the first 10 days of this year’s Tour de France. 1,084 more words

In The News

It All Counts - Le Tour Stage 11

Bescaçon to Oyonnax will have no impact upon who rides into Paris with the yellow jersey draped across their shoulders, but every day is important in Le Tour. 180 more words

Le Tour De France 2014

Tour de France, Stage 10: July 14th 2014. A view through old postcards

The second day of the Tour de France in the beautiful Vosges includes some of the towns and villages which suffered terrible destruction in the Great War. 632 more words


Tour de France Stage 9: July 13th, 2014. A view through old postcards

The Tour de France in the Vosges and Alsace passes some of the most historically interesting parts of the area, places significant in the period before the Great War when Alsace and Lorraine were under German occupation and sites of sadness and commemoration afterwards. 659 more words