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Well the last two days have been very quiet indeed. We are all a bit worn out from our trip to Andorra and Spain on Tuesday and Wednesday so we decided to take it very easy by staying home and catching up on school. Today, which is Friday, we did venture out for a short time to do some last minute shopping in Montauban before, sadly, we leave our lovely Gite which has been home for the past month and make our way to ...
... and laughter in the future.
The whole family then went for an afternoon walk where we took some Australia Day photos. This drew some interesting looks from a few of the locals, including the Mayor who came over for a chat and wished us a Happy Australia Day.
Nathan was in the photography mood and went out tonight to get some 'show winners'. It was quite cold out but hopefully the photos he took will be worth it.
This morning we caught up on the schooling missed yesterday because of our adventures in the snow.
The children are getting into the swing of our version of home schooling, and even if there are some minor differences of opinion it seems to be working. Kate and Roy are both concentrating on their english and maths supplemented with french lessons and history which mainly relates to research on the places we have visited ...
... while Traci, Kate and Roy stood in the muddy field and eventually pushed the car back onto the road. Nathan could tell they were having so much fun and seemed to be so full of energy he drove back up to the top of the hill to wait for them while they walked up.
After our afternoon adventure we made our way back home for a well earned rest. We wonder what other adventures will be in store for us in the coming weeks!
... out his mouth. The most dangerous act however which endangered his safety was putting a pair of legs on Traci shoulder... You probably could have heard the reaction back in Australia! We all had another fun filled night with our guests and are grateful that we have made local friends so quickly, but then again we are not surprised as we are finding the French to be very helpful, pleasant and friendly wherever we go.
By the way the frog tasted ...