December 5th, 2016

Bayeux to Cherbourg with a little cacheing along the way
A visit to Pointe Du Hoc, the highest point between Utah Beach to the west and Omaha Beach to the east.

Bayeux Cathedral
Bayeux Cathedral doorway - William and Matilda
Notre-Dame de l'Assomption L'eglise de La Cambe (Assumption of our Lady, la Cambe)
DNF cache
Stations of the Cross, Notre-Dame de l'Assomption L'eglise de La Cambe (Assumption of our Lady, la Cambe)
St Joseph with infant Jesus
Mary and Child
St Francis of Assisi
Notre-Dame de l'Assomption L'eglise de La Cambe (Assumption of our Lady, la Cambe)
World Peace Statue to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Normandy Landings, by Chinese sculptor Yao Yuan.
Grandcamp-Maisy
L'eglise de Le-tanville.
The bench at the entrance to the church is for the use of unmarried mothers and is knicknamed 'the bench for female sinners'
Grandcamp-Maisy - église Notre-Dame
Built in 1896 and partly rebuilt after the bombings of June 6, 1944.
Stained Glass Windows, église Notre-Dame, Grandcamp-Maisy
Stations of the Cross, église Notre-Dame, Grandcamp-Maisy
Point du Hoc memorial and museum
On June 6th 1944, US Army Rangers scaled the 90-foot cliffs to capture this heavily defended position under German occupation.
Point du Hoc and the surrounding terrain has many of the original fortifications and the
site remains littered with numerous bomb craters
The German Coastal Battery at Point du Hoc was taken on the 6th June, 1944 by
Colonel James Earl Rudder of the US 2nd Ranger Battalion
Stained glass windows, Church of Saint-Joseph, Saint-Joseph, Manche
Stations of the Cross, Church of Saint-Joseph, Saint-Joseph, Manche
Altar and Reredos
Church of Saint-Joseph, Saint-Joseph, Manche
Geocaching at the Cherbourg Ferry Terminal

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