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Normandy: the memorials

Normandy, such a versatile region: endless beaches, crumbling cliffs, rolling fields, rivers cut deeply into steep rocks, and tons of bloody war history.

Pointe du Hoc… 346 more words


Tombstone of SS officer stolen from Normandy cemetery

This is from Yahoo News.

I think you are the lowest form of life when you desecrate any grave be it a Nazi or Confederate grave or monument. 266 more words

River Cruising: A Stylish Way to Experience Wine

Many Americans have taken cruises on large ships, but many more have not experienced a river cruise — something European vacationers have been enjoying for years. 267 more words

Vinesse Style

Teenagers and War

How do you teach children about war? In all cases a herculean task, I think that American parents have it both harder and easier than so many other cultures. 1,415 more words

Just Being Me


We went to Graceland a few weeks ago. Thirty-three singers, together with 21 friends and family, left on July 13 for France to spend ten days singing and worshiping and building bonds of community. 508 more words

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Tips 'n trips : Normandy - part 3 : harbour towns

This is the third and final post on Normandy. In the first post, I told you more about gardens in Normandy, in the second post, I took you to the D-day beaches and this third post is about the harbour towns of Deauville, Trouville and Honfleur. 522 more words

Tips 'n Trips

Streetlight from the Old Bellerive Country Club, St. Louis, MO U.S.A.

The Mercantile Library of St. Louis has many many treasures to explore.  One day when I was there, I saw this streetlight (of course I would notice it).  62 more words