If you can imagine this, we are taking a day of rest… I know, everyday could be called a day of rest for us, but having to go and see all of these sites, eat all the different foods, travel all the different roads, etc etc. We have just finished our second day here over looking Omaha Beach. The weather has been just about perfect, and we both had a chance to sit in the sun for a couple of hours (with a ton of #35 on us). Louise has just previewed again Bruce and Peg’s journal for this area. As always, it is fun to follow their trip. Some things we agree on and others we differ, but that’s what life is all about. The campground is pretty full, even though it isn’t a weekend. Right in front of us is a small play ground and it is fun to see the different kids inter-acting with each other. When we woke this morning, the sun was up and shining in the windows. Apparently, we are facing east, as the sunrise this morning came right out of the sea. Last night as we looked out at the sea, we noticed a glow on the horizon, and determined that it was one of the larger coast towns in Great Britain. As I looked on the map, it must have been Portsmouth or Brighton. There is no doubt, when they decided to hit the coast from Great Britain on D-Day, they didn’t have far to go. Well tomorrow we will head back to Bayaux again. We have just got to find an internet café, we’ve been out of contact too long. Then, we will head back out to the coast and head for the Utah Beach area. There is so much to see and do in this area.