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We were just about to cross into Vermont from Quebec but decided to take a quick pit stop to get a drink and have a bathroom break.
Unfortunately, the muffler had other plans... and dropped to the ground. We managed to gear it up so we ...
... USA. And if you think skiing was fun you should try crossing into the US with 3 Germans, a Frenchman, a Canadian, an American and an Australian. We were thrilled we got through in a half hour! Jay Peak is really nice, lots of snow (fancy that!) and pretty wooden buildings. The first thing to do was to get skis and boots and helmets for those who didn't have their own. So we dropped bags in the lodge and headed to the ...
... a single run without falling and ended up on my bum and in snow banks more times than I care to remember.
... quite nervous (too many episodes of Nothing to Declare). We queued in a little traffic before it was our turn to pull up by the booth (a bit like a toll road booth), we handed over our passports and Letter of Introduction from Citizenship and Immigration Canada. We were asked questions about the items in our car and then sent to a little building. Here we handed over our documentation again, we were asked a few questions and then told to sit an wait. 10 ...
... at the top!
At the top we decided to ski our way back to the chalet, and had to make our way across numerous runs. So we started off and just kept taking any turns to the right until we ended up back at the chalet. Think we took runs 6 "Bee-Bop", 16 "Alouette" & 17 "Traverse", or 6 "Bee-Bop" & 18 "Sous-bois II"?
Back at the chalet and we stowed our skis then headed down to the bus for the BBQ. They had juice boxes, chips and chicken ...
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