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Yesterday we took a field trip to the French Alps. It was by far the most beautiful thing I have ever seen and I had one of the best days of my life there! I never truly understood why everyone was so in awe over the mountains (all of them, not just the Alps) until I got to see the sunrise come up over the tips while climbing up the side of the mountain range. It was so breath taking ...
So today we had our first "Field Trip" with USAC. It was a lot of fun but boy am I exhausted. We spent the day at a ski resort town in the French Alps. We had several options of things to do (snowshoeing/skiing/snowboarding), but I thought "I'm going to be in the Alps,I might as well make it the first time I ski."
Let me first say the Alps are GORGEOUS I love our mountains in SC/NC but they cannot rival what I saw today. I'm attaching pictures with the ...
... snow across the bottom of my pants. I thought "what a ******" as I let him in front.
Glancing down at my snow covered boots I suddenly saw sticking up from the snow he had uncovered with his slide the corner of what looked like a piece of white paper. I bent down and grabbed it, not a piece of white paper but a credit card sized lift pass with the name Micko O'Byrne printed in small type on the back!
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... with the meals.
The sking is great and the mountain weather fluctuates from brilliant sunshine in cold crisp air to winds that whip the snow up and around you making visibility difficult and fingers vey cold. There are often cloudy, misty conditions in the morning but we have only had one day where the wind and driving snow closed all chairlifts. I have been suffering with "Man Flu" and have needed two trips to the Doctor for antibiotics, anti inflammatorys and an ...
... de Fouviere basilica, is the illumination of the words "Merci Marie". On the final day, the locals put their own candles in their windows... the symbol of a light inextinguishable by any darkness.
Extra special for us was the fact that Luke was performing in a play (written by his class) in the Musee ...