To read about mom and dad’s first meeting with Phenny and his family click on Easy’s Blog.
The next day these five didn’t waste time but got into Phenny’s Elephant Skate and for an elephant it was one compact elephant and they headed toward the Atlantic, It was a long ride of about three hours. Mom wasn’t used to sitting for so long anymore and kept getting sleepy. Phenny helped with that…he told her things about his mom and dad that had mom wide awake. He said his mom was renting herself out as a part-time carpenter and her dad was taking dancing lessons. Mom was fascinated. Is mom ever gullible! Geesh! MOL They all arrived safely in Normandy The little house we were renting was a beauty. There were even 3 bedrooms so we could um and awe about which room we could have.
While waiting mom sat on the Oceanic Kayaks. She got up, heard a snap and landed on her face like a sack of hammers. That was a boo boo and she was determined though the knee hurt, it would not slow her down…ya right! She never got down to Omaha Beach to find a used shell for a remembrance. It’s probably against the law anyway.
Katty and mom made their recipe for Shopping Around The World….Salmon fish cakes. Phenny was an enormous help. If you want to read the Salmon Fish Cake Recipe….just click on the name.
Phenny and Flat Shoko left their blessings for those that had fought for their freedom.
Mr. Phenny’s dad took mom and dad for a drive through Normandy for a look at the different architecture of the houses. Mom says this big house looks very official so perhaps its being used as a museum.
Too soon it was time to go back to Paris and catch the train. They left early and arrived in Paris around noonish. Mom was very overcome saying good bye to Katty and Phenny. Phenny’s dad helped carry suitcases into the station. Mom and dad thank you so much for the unforgettable visit with such fabulous peeps and of course, the one and only Da Phenny.
It was time to get on the Eurostar train and head for London from Gare du Nord. The Eurostar goes 200 MPH. It took about 2 hours to fly the rails to London. They spent a total of 20 minutes in the Chunnel. Mom and dads last view of Paris from the rails. Isn’t this the Metro mom?