Premiere Classe Tarbes Est - Parc des Expositions
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... to Christmas, it just doesn’t feel right. No one has decided the opening date yet and a friend that normally works there all the time has had to sign on as there is no work. Having spent 5m euros of the 50m budget this year on improvements, the resort managers must be very worried. I’m more concerned about a full house of punters for Christmas and New Year with nowhere to ski!
After a week’s contract in Mexico at ...
... to get to the top. It was his first real mountain climb and he wasn’t disappointed, the scenery was totally awesome with switchbacks through the woods at the bottom of the climb before getting ever steeper and slower before finally reaching the summit at 1490 metres, wow what an achievement! His best ride to date!
All in all we have had a brilliant few days, and now we are off to do some work!!
Miles so far……878….
... visitor in the night(s)
As we left Lourdes behind, a glance over our left shoulders towards the Pyrenees revealed the places where we had such a good time, covered with snow. Proper thick snow, that although undoubtable beautiful, would have wrecked the riding of the last few days.
Its been truly magical, we have been so lucky.
Next you will hear from us we will probably be in Avoriaz. Cheers just now.
Today, we set off towards Tarbes after what was a very interesting evening weather wise in this area. All through the night the river raged its way down the valley. Luckily enough, it didn't breach the part of the site I am staying at but the bottom part of the site was closed when the river breached that area. This morning it has subsided somewhat so not wanting to stay in, I thought that if we head out of the area towards Tarbes then we would have a better day ...
... we smell like kippers! The aperture for the fireplace is too big, and by reducing the size with timber as an experiment, we have stopped the smoke. Next year we will invest in a wood burner, which will be more efficient and less messy, hopefully.
I’ve enjoyed getting ready for the winter, drying mushrooms, picking fruit, making jams and chutneys and of course the Christmas cake. I planted bulbs yesterday and when my sister was here a couple of weeks ...