....with a few 'Then & Nows' on the way. With there having been no Dynamo 80th commemorations last year and little hope of any events this time either, a couple of us put a short trip together on 1939 WD motorcycles from the forward positions along the Dyle taken up on 11th May back to the coast at De (La) Panne, guided by surviving images showing British vehicles. It's quite a lot to do in one hit so I'll post per day's ride. Mielen-boven-Aalst...Very briefly the forward HQ of the Hopkinson Mission who appear to have photographed their Morris-Commercial 8cwt from one of the upper windows as refugees passed by. The location is confirmed by the subsequent photo as the card rounded the bend beside the parish hall. In Outgarden, a CWGC plate indicated the graves of a 4 Squadron Lysander crew killed on 13th May so we stopped briefly. Past Leuven which I have looked at in detail before and down the Dyle valley to the line held by The Royal Welch Fusiliers. ..and then south of Brussels to Waterloo where a Vickers MkVI was abandoned. The café still is but only the upper windows are recognisable. By this time, the heavens had opened and the carefully prepared copy photos were turning to pulp so guesswork came into play. We stayed overnight close to Asse so that we could begin on Sunday morning with a look at the scene of 15th /19th Hussars engagement on 18th May 1940.