Alright, today was wonderfully beautiful. We all rose early to eat the incredible French, country breakfast. The fresh bread and Nutella dissolved delicately in our mouths and in our stomachs. After breakfast we met out in the coach house to begin our first painting assignment, which Mrs. McCarty left us to after having a minor emergency. We worked for about 2 hours in the hot sun. Mrs. McCarty finally returned and then LUNCH! Later we took a bus to the Chateau d' Angers. This castle was built in the 13 century. To our delight, we arrived to find camels, a donkey, pigs, horses, goats, and sheep, all in the area that once was the castle moat. We saw the Apocalypse Tapestry ("the oldest surviving tapestry of its size") and we sketched at the chateau. We are now ending the day with different activities of idleness, including watching "Sabrina". We miss everyone and can't wait to see you all soon!!
Here is a picture of us at the Chateau.