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Sunday Sep 9 Charlevile-Mézières

Sunday, September 9th, 2012

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It was a very inspiring sermon the gospel of the healing of the deaf-mute. “Effata!”

I arrived Saturday afternoon in Charleville-Mézièrres at 4.30 p.m. at k.m. 80 from the Belgian border.  It is still hot, in the seventies. I am in shorts and nothing else. But the weather forecast is for fall weather the rest of this week. There are showers here in the camp ground connected to the marina.

I got stuck in the muck twice and had a heck of a time getting out of it. If you have a boat with over 1.70 mtr or just under 6 ft draft be prepared to get sucked into the mud or scrape the gravel shallows.

This town seems to be more interesting than Sedan. I have no pictures to show of Sedan other than the church service.

Can anyone identify the tree in the two pictures. It looks like a Black Walnut or and Ash. It has these seed pods like a Leguminosa family. It is not a locust not an Acacia. It is the predominant tree along the river banks from the north Rhone and into the Meuse. It bugs me.