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... for lunch - it turns out that is what she meant! We had a lovely lunch and after that Nanny and Grandpa took a happy Marni back to the chalet and to the piscine for a swim.
Brody, Matt and I went down the Aillouds run to the Kandahar lift a couple of times and then we went to the the Chamois run and crossed over to La Cha and then went up that button lift and down the full run. Matt took some video this time too. ...
... like we had seen others doing the day before. It worked really well, she had to hold herself and turn herself so it was good practice. For me too....I wouldn't ordinarily snow plough and to do that with her, you have to snow plough nearly all the way down. After an hour it was time for lunch, so we skied off to the lift and then up the chair and down to the restaurant, short runs, and Marns did really well holding the pole with one of ...
... those that go straight down the slope and those that don't. Brody was with the first group of course. The new teacher looked a bit grumpy, so I was pretty keen to get up there and check on him. I doubled back and met Matt carrying Marni off to ski school. She was happier to go this morning. Yesterday she informed us that she can't talk to her teachers.... It was very funny, it didn't bother her at all and there clearly hasn't been a ...
... balconies, beautiful wildflowers & easy walking wth wondeful views of the snow mountains. Refuge Bethone was crowded, but some of us had a good room with our own bunk & a bathroom!!! Dinner was very communal, lots of pasta, bread & wine. Julie & I had to stop twice on the way back from the dinner hut to our hut. A very social night ...
Oops, no notes again! Refuge Elena quite new and modern. Large dorms but partitioned into bunks of 4. Located on a high ridge overlooking the valley, where we had a long break and arvo tea. Met some interesting groups of Italians, see the funny hats. It seems that all of Italy has these 2 weeks off, so the trails and refuges are full. Dinner in a lovely dining room, food pasta as usual. ...
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