We spent some nights on the beach of Lac Chammet, on the Plateau des Millevaches. We felt grrreeat to have the chance to jump in water whenever we felt like, swim or wash the sweat away! On the lake-side we had a good circle of communication among the people in the group, and the rest of the time, if we were not cooking, some took time to read, others to hold Ar. in their arms or crossed the lake swimming. On the last day, before going to Tarnac, some of us went to visit the community living in a squatted holiday village on the other side of the lake. A boy living there was willing to show us around, and we explored different buildings and corners on the occupied land. He told us that they even got the support of the municipality of Faux-la-Montagne as they very squatting the place. In the past years they worked mainly on construction work to restore or build the spaces in which some people live now. A library was also put up, with walls covered of books, and a large window that sets the sight in the middle of the pine trees all around.