@fairmaidofperth for info. While doing some research prior to Cambrai 100, I discovered there was a single CWGC grave at the French war cemetery in Pontarlier (Hte Doubs) just over the border from us. Instead of going to the service at CWGC Vevey (CH), my wife and I decided to attend at Pontarlier to pay our respects and leave a Poppy cross to Pte John Jones, 8NStaffs, who died, aged 41, at Pontarlier hospital on 21 Dec 1918, having been transferred there to recover from a gas attack. Just before the Parade started, the Parade Marshall, spotted the poppy (the French have the cornflour as a symbol) , suited and booted, and invited me to march in the parade, directly behind the standards, as representative of 'nos amis et allies britanniques'. Afterwards, we were introduced to 'le Gratin' - Mayor and Sous-Prefet - and invited to the Mayor's reception . I also learned there are a couple of other small CWGC cemeteries locally, dedicated to the 25 members of a Canadian lumberjack battalion which was in the area (Jura) cutting wood for the front line positions. Another interesting revelation was that the Canadians sent over dog teams and 'mushers' to provide logistic transport, particularly in the Vosges, when snow prevented vehicular movement. Apparently , 1,000s of tons of artillery rounds, inter alia, were moved by this means.