cant wait till me and my good lady christine and my brother benny not billy ? and bennie/s wife go on the princess ruby on the 28 of november
her name is anne sorry but before this trip i got confermation today about a trip i am organisng we leave rosyth east of scotland on the ferry to zeebrugge belgium then we do a trip to the first world war battlefields we visit all the main cities and cemetries there are to many to mention after that we are going to normandy to visit the area where the invasion of europe started uk and america united together with our allies we will be visiting the d day landing beaches ? omaha utah american landing beaches gold and sword british and juno canadian if anyone has any relations at rest over there i would be honoured to take pictures of there last resting place and give you photographs please let me know it would be no problem
For all sorts of reason these visits will be some of the most remembered places that anyone can visit. When I went there , I found it really hard to deal with it emotionally, both as ex military and as a person.
We cannot ever forget, but nice touch bud offering to take a photo of a grave that some folks in the US etc may not have the chance to visit or see in person.