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September 22, 2010


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Laury Bourgeois

Hooked, huh Stephane? Wish I could tell you more than I already have. You could be right about an underground tunnel to the Château-everyone tells me that there are suppose to be tunnels between here and Saujac on the other side of the river, and between here and, I just keep digging! Hope all is well-Love, Laury

Stephane Eloit

Laury, you got me hooked up: there is more suspense in this than in a Dan Brown novel! What's next ? A secret underground passage to an alchemist lab in the castle ?!

Laury Bourgeois

You're right Niels...I'm happy to just park it right here and keep exploring. Believe me, there's lots more digging of my own to be done!

Niels Windfeld Lund

sounds really fascinating all things and ideas, exploring your close surroundings, no need to go Himalaya etc. !

Laury Bourgeois

Mon Dieu Laurie-all wonderful and amazing ideas-I especially like the time travel baloon camera one. I think the best I can do for now is see if I can come up with some kind of drawing. There is a source up in the hills that empties in front of the Château and down into this the point where the Château can be semi-moated after snow melts and heavy rains...the rushing water sounds are incredible! I'll be back with more explanation as I put pieces together! Or-should I wait for dream answers-I like that idea too?


PS If you could get a TIME TRAVELING balloon/camera to use for the above assignment, to capture this whole thing in its heyday, that would be awesome. Can you try that? I might be up nights pondering this whole situation ;) Maybe I could program myself to dream the answers???


Wowww okayyyy so even with your detailed efforts to transmit this wonderland out behind the lavoir, I am still challenged to put it all together in a coherent setup in my mind! Gah! It looks like an ancient in-ground POOL in some shots... but it has that door, which maybe used to be a well-crafted portal that could be sealed closed to hold water and opened to drain it. But this is probably far too simplistic a grok as all that other stuff is going on there... how very curious! Is it a spring, with all associated 'water works' around it? Water comes up from the spring is stored in a covered area to keep it clean...

Laury, here's your next assignment: rent a hot air balloon and dangle over that whole mysterious constellation with a video camera w/a good zoom and post THAT for us to gawk at.

Oy I'm exhausted with all this architectural mystery taunting me.

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