This afternoon, Little Man and I went for a walk in a neighbouring village. Little Man has a real passion for the armed services and watched the D-day 75th anniversary commemoration with interest this week. Only a few miles from where we live is the beach where the allied forces practised for D-day and the bunker, Fort Henry, where the commanders watched is now a listed and protected landmark. However, you can walk into it freely and see the view across the bay. Its moving to be in the same bunker where Churchill, Eisenhower, Montgomery and King George watched the military exercise, its very small and there is a sense of history and memories in the space. The bunker is in a quiet spot and as you approach through a wood, there is a wildflower meadow, including poppies, just before the bunker. Today, the view from the bunker is beautiful taking in the full panoramic view of the bay, so tranquil, with the only noise being wildlife and the distant hum of people having fun on the beach. Such a contrast to the view that would have been seen in the D-day prep exercise. In a week of worldwide commemoration, it was fitting to go somewhere local which had such importance to D-day and to take a little time to pause and reflect.