Theo and I took a train to Vimy and enjoyed a lovely 5 km walk through the village and to the ridge above.
The World War I memorial is a sight to behold. It is enormous. For scale, note the adult humanoid specimen to right of the monument.
It has engraved on it the names of 11,000 or so Canadian combatants who were “missing and presumed dead” in France in that war.
Craters are everywhere and unexploded ordinance is still presumed buried.
We arrived back at our home near Notre Dame with the moon high in the sky.