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This week in BSM we have had Anne and Klaus visit, they arrived with the snow and brought the sun.....we've had 6 consecutive days of sun, the first time this year, which is wonderful to ski in, but does indicate the changing of the seasons, hopefully we'll have one or two more dumps of snow before we leave here in 3 weeks. Look at the photos, only 7 days apart, of Anne and Klaus arriving and leaving.
Unfortunately Anne had a fall while getting off a chair lift on ...
This week Ron entered in the veteran slalom event, which is held annually in BSM, and surprisingly it is open to amateurs and professionals....not sure how many veteran slalom professionals there are, but about 100 men and women competed and Ron was 28th overall and 8th in his age category (Men 60+), so he did remarkably well, given he's never competed in a slalom race before!
That evening all the competitors and some hangers ...
... we have grand afternoon
I cook a Pavlova for dessert ( could not beat as much as Iwould like as the beater gets too hot )
But it turns out ok have passion fruit on top( they dont know passion fruit ) thanks Kathleen for recipe
Lovely dinner pasta crozet very french
finish with game of Gigamic we need to get up 6am to catch train Yuk
Amazing awesome time in Bourg Saint Maurice loved it
... music playing. From the bottom of this run we took an 8 seater chair back up to L'Arpette and skied there for the rest of the afternoon. This was so we could keep an eye on the time as we had to catch the cable car back across the valley to our side of the mountain. As it was we ended up not getting back to the funicular till after 5pm. A great last day for Josh's ski holiday and also for us.
One of the other photos I have included of Margaret and myself was taken on a day when snow fell continuously, and for the amount of snow we have on us, it looks like we both had a tumble in the snow.
Earlier in the week we had our neighbours Lance and Dolores in for dinner, as they were heading back to Manchester, and I cooked Tartiflette which is a traditional dish of the Savoy region, it is ...