So, plan is: I'll take it chapter by chapter and just write at will. I'll think of my new project as "The Great Enterprise" which is how the escape plan is referred to on the night of the departure by Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, Comte and Comtesse de Provence when they met for dinner hours before they set off.
Lenôtre also wrote Paris in the Revolution which, I've mentioned, includes detailed, very detailed, descriptions of places and situations. His quest for exactitude absolutely speaks to my soul. I so need to understand EXACTLY. It's a little quirk I have. So, I'm totally psyched to be reading primary source details about the flight to (rather, that prematurely ended in) Varennes and the prospect of recording them here. Maybe then I'll be able to sleep at night.