If this isn't your thing, skip the next four photos to see the food.
Written on the back:
"American airoplane brought down in no man's land near Haumont". There are a few more pictures of "No Man's Land", lots of the villages, trenches, and a few of the soldiers. Also, some postcards:
On the back:
"Birds eye view of Kyllburg. I've been up and down that (town? ravine?) several times. The 89th Gen. Hq. are located here, note the large hills."
These pictures are from 1918 and 1919 - making them 93 or 94 years old!
I spent about an hour combing through his regiment's campaign, and will match up sections of the reading with the pictures tomorrow and Wednesday. My goal is to be able to give it to my grandfather (these are his father's pictures) on Thanksgiving.
On to the food: breakfast scramble
A friend of mine, who is also off this week, called me with a last minute invite to WaterCourse Foods for lunch. I happily accepted, and ordered my usual:
Dinner was based on an intense craving for the light and crunchy Asian Cabbage Salad from Whole Foods. I also picked up the Autumn Kale Salad, which I actually ate for dinner yesterday. It has red beets, pomegranate seeds, sweet potato, red onion and a poppyseed dressing. Really good, as was the cabbage salad.
Peanut Butter Cookies.
It has been a delicious and productive day! I hope to be the same tomorrow. . .