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... good wishes, cards, pressies and turned up.
After Sunday’s brief respite, the weather rolled in again with high winds and heavy wet snow, the worst kind as this causes avalanches. Again the road to the resort was closed due to the danger, but they kept the lower slopes open for the tourists that had made it up there for their week’s holiday. 2 metres of snowfall turned to rain landing on deep snow with temperatures rising and the area was put on ...
... enough to have one stay with us on his own for a whole week – and when I started to write this IT WAS ONLY TUESDAY!
The man has a dream to have a B & B business like us with his 'sort of’ partner. I say ‘sort of’ because she moved out 6 years ago because of his snoring. I can understand that as we slept badly all week due to the terrible noise coming from room 1, which sounded like a captured bear! We had a Spanish ...
... Dodge steps in to rescue her, which usually results him getting a scratched nose from Clyde. I bought two furry hammocks which hang off the radiators – room for both the cats – but they insist on sharing just one, even though it is a tight squeeze. Dodge likes to play with her, but hasn’t quite grasped the fact that she is quite fragile. Imagine my embarrassment when the deputy mayor turned up to bring our newly serviced skis round and stop for a ...
Whilst friends enjoy the first day opening of some resorts in the Alps and Americans struggle to get out of their homes, I am walking each day in shirt-sleeves and temperatures of 21 degrees. We did have some snow at the beginning of last week and the resort began to take on the feel of a new season, however it all changed by midweek and the forecast is for rain next week. Didn't open the resort yesterday as planned and with less than ...
... stags have just finished rutting too – what an eerie noise that is as it echoes across the valley. Clyde and Dodge continue to catch and eat the ‘rat moles’ that burrow in the field and we have a big wild fruit crop again; rose hips, sloes, holly berries and blackberries. Is this a sign? Not sure, but I have a funny feeling about this winter…..Meanwhile, I’ll continue to enjoy the 27 degrees I am currently writing this in.