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A possible Coup de grâce to EPR

Faults with the steel used in the safety casing of the nuclear reactor (for those who don’t speak nuclear, that’s the thing that encloses the reactor) used in the power station being built in Normandy, France for the utility major EDF, could signal the end of the third generation Nuclear Reactors. 262 more words

Sunny but windy day in Normandy yields good eats

The Adventurers took off on foot mid-morning very bundled up. Like at the beaches yesterday, the wind was blowing fiercely.

They headed out on country roads and footpaths to the town of Port en Bessin where they would eat a delicious lunch at Fleur de Sel (the name of the restaurant, not just the salt).   91 more words

UK/France 2015


Before we go any further, and while I do a little more research on John Paschal, son of Samuel, and Ward Paschal , son of John who are our next ancestors, here is a little interesting history of where the family came from; 1,749 more words


Paris to Normandy River Cruise with $299 airfare

All Inclusive River Cruise with Special Bucket List Travel Tours Discounts

Eight Days Roundtrip: Paris to Normandy’s Landing Beaches & other itineraries throughout Europe’s rivers available, please inquire for more choices of date & tours. 377 more words

TAPIF 2015-2016: Accepted!

Well, it finally happened! After four and a half weeks of extreme impatience, followed by sixteen days of continuous email-checking, I finally received the email I had been waiting for: a message from the French embassy in Canada telling me that I had been selected for the 2015-2016 TAPIF program and was being offered a teaching job in Normandy. 1,959 more words


Missed turn yields horse sights, good lunch and finally, Bayeux

Sometimes at the end of the day, L thinks ” how did they do it all?” Today, they just sort of fell into it.

Leaving lower Normandy and D’Une Ile, they headed toward the Normandy beaches. 116 more words

UK/France 2015