Chateau de la Barre
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Just a bit of exciting news before I get to the main story: We have our outreach locations!!! It looks like we will be spending the first couple weeks in Ireland, followed by 2 1/2 months split between Cambodia and Vietnam! SO STOKED!!! Anyways, on to the main event...
The week of the conference began with a beautiful drive through the French countryside. Admittedly, I slept through most of it, but while I was awake I was able to see some amazing castle ...
... dry and was just taking bens suit off when the sun came out again, so suited Ben back up but he only wanted a few more minutes. They've got a really nice toddler park and a Villages des Enfants, cute little wooden houses in a village set up for them to play in. Kids loved it. Ben bounced around quite merry for a while on the bouncy castle with cars on it and Bella loved going in a big girl swing for the first time. Had benji's ...
... children in the water. Site is gorgeous - the bar area extends onto a lawn with more tables and a humongous canapé / dead posh! And a proper restaurant with full menu. We sat down to have a beer and ended up getting pizza and chips to take back to the tent. Much more chilled out night tonight. One more day then we're really on ...
... Incredible!! As they say. I have no idea who won or who lost it really is totally irrelevant.
Next up the first Plateau cars from the mid-twenties to 1946, Bentleys, Talbots, Lagondas, and a Morgan (v small) Bugatti’s you name it. Each was driven out swung across the track and reversed to the pit wall. The marching band were still marching the mayor still greeting the sun now shining and the drivers sweating (profusely) in overalls gloves ...
... if we could find one locally. Being a Ford part we tried Le Mans Ford, they did not have one and pointed us to Flers Ford who did but were 2 hours north, basically back in Caen…. So we did what we always do, we went for lunch to think about it.
Lunch on Friday is always at the Auberge in Malicorne a fantastic village so pretty it almost hurts your eyes. Meanwhile on his way to the petrol station James had guided Thor onto the Mulsanne fir a quick run ...