The weather forecast calls for 30 degrees this Sunday in June, and cars that park on the car park of the château de la Bourbansais, near Saint-Malo (Ille-et-Vilaine). The Bretons may well say that it never rains in Britain, the opportunity is too good for the families to come to see the animals in the zoo and, perhaps, to visit the elegant château of granite and slates that is looming in the distance. “You think someone lives there?”, demand a little boy to his mother. This latest “guess yes”. In the brochure distributed at the entrance, one learns precisely that the Bourbansais is the property of Lorgeril from nineteen generations and that it has “never been sold since its construction in the Sixteenth century”. A careful eye can tell that the gentleman in pants with pink and blue shirt, driving a small cart is the count of Lorgeril. Physical round, 51 years of age, speech rate to the sub-machine gun, warm it is, with his wife Clotilde, the one through whom the things …

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