Dick buys a vintage bus in England and drives it to the Chateau. Meanwhile with back-to back weddings looming, Dick's son James rolls in to help out in the kitchen, and Angel's parents celebrate their golden anniversary -- Chateau style.
Dick and Angel convert a vintage bus into a rolling work of art that's perfect for family camping adventures. The whole family dons beekeeping gear to harvest the Chateau's first honey batch and spend a night under the stars in their new quirky camper.
Dick and Angel upcycle some unique items and finally finish the last phase of the coach house renovation. Then as the French don't celebrate Halloween, the Strawbridges go all out to give them a properly haunting introduction.
Dick and Steve build a resort-style deck to dock the moat boat -- dubbed The Dolphin -- while Angel gets creative on the inside of this new guest accommodation. Meanwhile, the family searches for the house that inspired Dick and Angel's French fairytale.
The Strawbridges embrace local French tradition by throwing an intimate Christmas celebration for their friends and family. In preparation, they collect oysters, hang a star on an 80-foot tree and burn the children's letters to Santa to expedite delivery.