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... methodically step out the patterns. I have included a few photos, each a day apart, of one of his designs. The first photo has the foot artist in the bottom left hand corner of the photo. The last photo was taken after a snow fall and the artist has done a refresh/modification to his work. All of his designs are so beautiful and detailed, one was of snow flakes and another looked like a lace cloth, impressive as all of them are enormous and he is stamping them out a step at a ...
... served by the organising committee, we all danced to the accordion, played by another member of the organising committee. The French people at this event, had a similar party dance to the Macarena, a kind of grapevine / line dancing step, which they all seemed to know. Once the accordion player started playing the tune, up they jumped, and followed a lead dancer on the floor. It was great to watch. The evening ended with a conga line ...
... ones medium ones and big ones
I asked her re wed when you couldnt even see the chairs lifts .She said they skied in that all weather .take them form 3 1/2yrs
Maurice and Helen Marie (people who own apartment) arrived late last night
Maurice is skiing with us today so late start as needed to find his skis and gear
Great blue sunny day but ski fields colder than usual , ...
7. Peel and slice potatoes.
8. Rinse and dry small chives. Chop them.
9. In a bowl, combine creme fraiche with wine and small chives. Season with salt and pepper.
10.Grease an ovenproof dish. Start by arranging a layer of potato slices at the bottom of the dish. Top with bacon dices and onion, then spread the cream mixture on top. Repeat with another layer of everything.
11.Grate Reblochon's ...
I fell in love with La Clusaz from that date I arrived. I found La Clusaz friendly and hardly see concrete block. Restaurants are plentiful
(on the slopes and in the resort centre. Plenty of varied
skiing (for the novice, children, adults, and for any serious skiers). You hear lots of English speaking people around and even many French (ski and ...