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My Name is Randall and I live in Easton, MD USA. I’m 39 years old and I’m currently disable for multiple back injuries and Major Depression. 46 more words


The beaches of Normandy

Agnetha Fältskog sings on her latest album “A”: “the beaches are lonely places…” but they are not so lonely in Normandy. The beaches we saw yesterday on our way from Cherbourg to Caen had its big importance from the time of the second world war. 259 more words

Summer 2015

To Cherbourg

A short blog today as we are really delayed with everything. Not because it was too much to do but because we had a wonderful lazy afternoon in Cherbourg – the day one of two in this city. 259 more words

Summer 2015

Ten Myths About Titanic

1. Sixteen lifeboats plus four collapsible boats were all that were in the original plans.

False. The original plans called for 64 lifeboats. The owners and builders reduced it to 32, then to 16 because that was the number required by law at the time, and in order to make room for more deck space. 457 more words


May 30, 2015 - [Saturday] Letters of the Alphabet: S(eas) and s(kies)

Cherbourg, France, taken on November 12, 2011

The seas and skies of Cherbourg brought eternal blue into my heart, never to fade away.


Ed Lyman served as Acting General Secretary of Nuremberg War Crimes Commission

Ed Lyman who lives in the Jacaranda Trace Retirement Community in south Venice, Fla. wore a dark blue uniform much like the kind worn by Naval officers during World War II. 1,499 more words

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