The Shores Hotel
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... booked in to do the flying experience (sans plane), so whilst we enjoyed a lunch with Nanny, Grandpa, Rosie, Brody and Marni, Matt ate his quickly and went for his flying lesson. The rest of us turned up just to watch. It was great fun watching, there were groups of fliers and each had a minute turn in the wind tunnel...Matt did really well and went for an additional go at the end. Well done, Babe....whats next?
Okay so I now I've said its been cold, but today was another level altogether! Great, because we need the snow!
We took off for a family walk, so on all the clothes and winter boots...except for Marni, she wanted to wear her sparkly skipping shoes. What to do? We went with it, if it gets her on her feet, who are we to push for the winter boots that will keep her feet warm? So two pairs of sock and sparkly skipping shoes it was. And we ...
... s. We then had the big family lunch all over again. No watching or talking about the Sydney to Hobart! We did discuss the snow and the impending snow storm. It has started to snow in Les Houches, which is great. The temperatures are set to drop in the UK too.
Tonight was an early night by most, Liz and Mike, Matt and I stayed up and chatted for a while about the kids.
... Suzy arrived.
Christmas lunch was Roast turkey and veg, with christmas pudding. There was 8 adults, 9 children all sat round the table.
After lunch we went for a walk around the block with the kids. I carried Marni at least for half of it. Christmas night, was Suzy, Dave, Matt and myself from about 8pm! Roz wasn't well, Rob was checking the gas meters. Yep, that's right, Rob ...
Matt returned and we went for a quick walk to Bare and the Morecambe seafront to and made sure that we were back in time for the arrival of the Embrey family, Liz, Mike, Alexander, Lincoln and Annabelle. The Morecambe seafront was blowing a gale and was very icy cold - a northerly wind.
Liz and Co arrived and we had a family afternoon together with Suzie's clan, ...