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... We came across where the kids were sledding and talked to a chap who let Liam borrow his sled. He thought it was just the best thing ever. You could hire sleds so we decided to catch the later train and for €7.00 Liam sled his little heart out. Rob & I couldn't miss a chance either. Liam is such a dare devil, it doesn't take him long to get the hang of things, then he tries all different maneuvers not caring if he crashes. I asked him what was ...
... from having virtually never skied to taking on red runs by the end of the week. Oli continued to thrive and bordered on being a little cocky, but nonetheless he is ripping down blue and red runs and has taken on his first black run. Jesse is still not to fussed about skiing and goes from being ecstatic to bored in the same run at times. He is also adding to family stress levels constantly by not being able to carry his ski's, forgetting his gloves, losing his gloves ...
... more confident Amanda fell over and landed awkwardly on her wrist. She knew straight away that it was broken and that was the end of her snowboarding :( we found a medic hut and got helped off the mountain then driven to the medical centre. While Amanda was being seen by the doctor Claire and I got a ride back to the gondola so we could go down and get the car. While we waited about 2 or 3 more injuries turned up, everyone from the mountain. Pretty sure the guy ...
... of the Matterhorn all day, so we knew it would be cold. But lord have mercy, we had no idea it would be THAT cold up there. Turned out to be 19, with a 40 MPH wind gust. Yep, that's pretty chilly. The first time we went, it was cold, but one that you could stand. I didn't have enough gear with me for this one, so we rolled up to the observation platform, Bill ran out took some pictures and down the cable cars we went back to the relative warmth of town. ...
... 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 ...