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... lunch place was open along their ride and they were pretty hungry! It seems that their day was pretty rigorous. Lots of climbing. More than 4000 feet! Yikes! Tom liked the uphills. John - the downhills . . Tom thinks he might hike with us tomorrow! :-). Another happy hour scheduled at 7:00 up on the patio and then another great dinner. We are getting used to this gig! It will be strange to get home and serve ourselves up only one plateful! ...
The hospice's breakfast effort isn't going to get them in any Good Food Guide. Duff bread, butter, jam and coffee. Turned much milder overnight, while raining continuously - which got rid of most of the lying snow - and kept raining for the first few hours of the descent. But by lunchtime it had cleared up and by the time I had descended into Aosta I was in summer again. Great descent, really steady, so no knee or toe problem which can happen with ...
... is I've got none left for tomorrow. There again it must be easier going down. The hospice I am staying in tonight, which is right on the pass, has been in continuous use by pilgrims since 1050. Staffed partly by lay volunteers some of whom I shared dinner with. I suspect that there isn't a chef amongst them because the food was dire. Still, Italy is only about 100 yards away so I've great hopes for tomorrow ...
... over his head before you could say "Bonjour". He took a step and ended up 2 metres down the track from where it began. Rob was fine but when he stood up everyone pointed out the 50 meter drop he was now on the edge of. Move Stupid. After a little chocolate medicine we headed off again, at a slower, safer pace as far as the guide was concerned. A rare highlight for most was seeing the ...
... but the beer and wine made for a good night. A one point they closed the shutters on the windows so that they could proceed with blasting with dynamite outside but there were no lives lost. Another place that kept tight control and boots and bags stayed downstairs. Could have done with leaving the snorers outside in the cold as the 20 bed dorm had some loud sleepers that kept all of us awake all ...
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