Most comments  are most  often overlooked.

Sometimes  I will  feature  one as a featured  post.

This  is post  500 with  Pat Lavoie commenting  on  this  blog.


This great man, is my grandfather! I’m so proud of him! His writing, a mirror of himself, it makes you relive a more than difficult time period mankind has the cross .. War! My grandfather and godfather, tell you a true story, although AC particular way that everyone will remember the hard times that we go through as a people … A former combattant like him, it’s unique, I know something, I was lucky to grow up alongside him since my childhood .. I still have the chance! And I hope for much longer! Today at 91 years and counting,he also has 10 grand-grandchildren  !! His personality and his humor like no other, has forged my humor and define me as a person! I am very proud to be your grand-son, your godson … I love you Grandpa! xxxxx

Time to reflect about my insatiable curiosity

This  is  post 498.

I  will have many more  in 2015. It  all started  with  meeting  Greg Bell. The story of that  meeting  is all here on this  blog.

I was curious  when Greg’s father  told me his father-in-law  was a Spitfire  pilot  and his  son  Greg had all his log books  and photo albums. How I met Greg’s father  is when  I  went to  Hamilton  to  see  George  Stewart, a Mosquito  pilot  with  RAF  23 Squadron. Why I wanted  to see George  is a long  story.

The  time  is right  for  reflecting  on this blog and all the  others.

I  will  continue  to share  all you  want to  share. Nothing  asked  in return. The  only  thing  I  am asking  is to give credit  to whoever  shares  something if you  decide  to  use what  you  find interesting.

This  being  said, I  want  to  share what  I  found  about  Group  Captain  Turner…



And  another  picture  from John  Le  May’s  collection.