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... had lunch with the lads and James from my class, lovely fresh pizza mmm.
For the last run of the day, I went all the way to the top of the mountain. The wind was terrifying, the visibility was nil or less, I couldn’t even tell which was down on account of the gravity not seeming to be working as usual. After about 20 or so exhausting minutes trying to find down, I gave up and went back to the lifts.
At this stage, it seems that gravity very ...
... than infectious, it makes you feel great. What a hero. I found this all very tiring. Hugh reminded me that I have lucozade tablets, they were necessary, I was crashing. Perked up I let out a sigh “get on with it, what do you think you are on a holiday or something?” Hannis prompted.
Windy afternoon back with Julian, this meant no return visit to the fun park as planned and just freestyle practice at lower altitudes, great ...
... that. End result was that I dinked my head. I sat out the next run for 15 minutes while the boys went around for another jump. After making a panorama photo and sitting to reflect & recharge I resolved to, between now and this time next year, get myself a helmet. Much as the majority of my snowboarding career has been either learning how to not fall over or how to fall better; now I can see that as a freestyler: I am gaining new abilities to hurt myself and would ...
... I think you are going to like it, it goes like this…" oh man, it was all difficult, and so much fun. “Listen guys, you are freestylers now, this is where it starts getting fun, you can’t just do the turns anymore”. My thighs are going to hurt tomorrow. These jumps and tricks completely transform how I see the mountain. Blue runs: these used to be pain in the ****, trying and failing to keep up with my ski ...
... a snowball on the back of your hand - to do this you won a beer, I won a beer, but I had it revoked since I had stood Julian up the night before: I’d expected I could convince my buddies to head to Bad Gastein for old times sake but we got distracted with Bad Hofgastein’s offerings.
The après ski was at umbrella. The chap who offered to look after my wig was still wearing it, good lad, I asked him to continue to ...