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It starts with a dream. Add faith, and it becomes a belief. Add action, and it becomes a part of life. Add perseverance, and it becomes a goal in sight. Add patience and time, and it ends with a dream come true. ~ Doe Zantamata
For those that want to refresh their memory or those that have not read the previous installment, you can find it here.
In June of 2010, a raven-haired young woman from the United States of America traveled to France and presented documents to the government with claims of being the rightful heir to the château. With the help of several trusted solicitors, and fluent in the French language she eloquently presented her case to the Council of Ministers. Upon completion of a stringent verification process, that took several years to complete, the château, and surrounding lands were deeded back to the family in perpetuity. While the original family name is shrouded in mystery, there are whispers that the young woman is a descendant of the French aristocracy. Mind you, these are but whispers.
Upon securing the family inheritance, the young woman immediately set about restoring the long-neglected château, gardens, and surrounding land. Word soon spread throughout the countryside, and the area residents overcome with curiosity stopped by to welcome the new occupant and see for themselves the stunning transformation taking place. So impressed by her determination to restore the stately château, and return it and the grounds to their former glory, the locals have become highly protective of the lady’s efforts, helping where needed, and taking it upon themselves to watch over their “Lady” and Petit Lac Des Cygne.
Restoration is nearing completion on the château and gardens. The “Lion de Montagne,” as she is affectionately known by the locals, has graciously opened her home and surrounding grounds to the public.
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Upon landing, you will receive a folder with notecards inside. Read them. I repeat, read them. They are a wealth of information and will help to make your visit a pleasant one.
Child avatars are welcome here so be modest in your dress. NO NUDITY.
I hope you find Petit Lac Des Cygne to be a destination you return to again and again. Be kind to one another. TWMA♥
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