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How we're faring in Sarlat

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I was quite worried about the weather but it has been better than anticipated. The first few days were nice. We arrived on Thu and didn't do much but walk around town. Since Fri morning was okay and the forecast was not, we went canoeing in the morning and it was great. Afternoon in Domme and the weather held up.

Sat, of course, the market all morning in the SUN. And while our luck held, afternoon to Les Jardins du Manoir d'Eyrignac, quite lovely.

Sunday was rainy most of the day so we decided to stay underground, Le Thot then Lascaux II. On our way back, the sun appeared , so we stopped at Forte de Reignac.

Today was supposed to rain all day BUT, lucky again. A very full day, starting at La Roque Gageac, then Beynac and the castle, and then to Chateau des Milandes just in time for the falconry show. As SOON as it finished, the sky opened and we toured the Chateau until we could walk rather than swim to the car. Now the sun is back out!

All of which is to say, the weather is variable and we will continue to be....flexible.

My new favorite food is the nougat I bought at the market.

Only tomorrow left before we go to Figeac.

Alice

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