Howdy Carl...... I reckon that if the couple had made a move..... then the snoozing geezer would have keeled over and collapsed into a heap on the ground !.. that would have made a great movie....Eh what.../...Dave
Me....being thick.... would have shouted...''Oooo look ! a Blue tit !
Thanks for info' Geoff.
Ha Ha Ha !..................... Thanks Geoff !!
And I thought the cloud pattern eerie!!!
See previous comments re landings on Juno Beach.
A memorial to the "Glorious Liberators", D-Day tribute to the Allies.
One of the superb memorials at Juno Beach this one commemorating the return to French soil from England of General de Gaulle on 14th June 1944 following the Allied D-Day invasion.
This lighthouse was built in 1866 near the Canal from Caen to the sea.
The picturesque port near Juno Beach.
These harbours were portable temporary harbours developed by British in World War II to facilitate the rapid unloading of cargo during the Normandy landings. Two prefabricated or artificial military harbours were taken in sections across the English Channel with the invading army and assembled off the Normandy coast as part of the D-Day landings. Mulberry "A" was assembled off Omaha Beach and Mulberry "B" off Gold Beach. These remain as a sort of monument although getting rid of them would prove to be a helluva task!!!