|In an effort not to slow my husband and I down further, I|
attempted to photograph while riding. This was
the result. Luckily, I crashed into a soft wheat field.
|My husband, myself, Anne and Pat in|
St. Suliac, France.
|The milk from these cows will be used|
to make the famous Camembert cheese.
|St. Malo, France.|
|View from our hotel window our first morning|
in St. Malo.
|He joined us for breakfast.|
|The River Aure.|
|All we had to do was walk out of our hotel to our waiting bikes. Bliss.|
|Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Bayeux.|
|My husband and his brother.|
|The magnificent Mont St. Michel.|
|The cloister in Mont St. Michel.|
|The view from Mont St. Michel.|
|View of Utah Beach from Pointe du Hoc. This was a German fortified|
area that was taken on D-Day by a U.S. Army Ranger Assault Unit.
|A section of Mulberry Harbor, a portable, temporary harbor built by|
the British in World War II to aid the Allied invasion of Normandy
on June 6, 1944.
|Our guide, Sophia, and my husband riding along Omaha Beach.|
The wind blew stinging sand into every crevice not protected and
we rode nearly standing still.
|Me at Omaha Beach. Blustery hardly|
describes the windy conditions.
|The American Cemetery at Omaha Beach.|
This is considered U.S. soil. Only about 1/3 of
those killed before, during, and after D-Day
are buried here. Many families chose to bring
their loved ones home.
|Our lovely group of guests and guides.|
|Smile. You're in France.|