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Sonic the Vlog Hog

I am in Normandy, and I do have internet.  Although this vlog isn’t Normandy, just quite yet.

Of all the things I thought I would experience in France, small garden creatures wasn’t one of them.


France starts clearing 'jungle' migrant camp in Calais

 Reuters International

OCT 24, 2016 – 11:03

Migrants with their belongings queue as their evacuation and transfer to reception centers in France, and the dismantlement of the camp called the “Jungle” in Calais, France, starts October 24, 2016. 573 more words


French Police in Calais Begin Clearing the 'Jungle' Refugee Camp Ahead of Demolition

More than 1,200 police and government officials descended on France’s notoriously squalid and sprawling refugee camp near the Port of Calais on Sunday night and Monday morning, ahead of the planned demolition of “the Jungle” as the infamous site has been nicknamed. 187 more words

Le blog, c'est reparti ?

La neige était bleue-blanche-rouge

   Et voilà, l’attente est finie. La saison de ski a repris ce weekend sur le glacier de Sölden, en Autriche, de la meilleure des manière pour le clan tricolore. 656 more words



So Saturday and Sunday, I was very blessed to be able to participate in the Pilgrimage to Lourdes that the sisters here do every year…for free! 867 more words


Interesting Facts (in French)

Did you know?

(Number 34 is good)

45 faits étonnants sur la France que vous ignoriez peut-être !!!

1. Le mot «France» vient des Francs, peuple germanique dont le nom est lui-même tiré du francique «frank», qui signifie «libre» 1,545 more words

General Blogging

Joseph Henry Bailey

Joseph was born in Wolverhampton on 7 July 1894, the son of Henry and Harriet Elisabeth Bailey. In 1901 they were living at 208 Staveley Road, with Joseph’s sisters Emma Elizabeth, Florence and Gertrude, and brothers William Henry, Frederick and Arthur. 187 more words

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