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... the skiing on the Lauberhorn hill so much we looped around this area a couple of times. Ruth particularly enjoyed the combination of snow, sun and slope which made for good skiing.
Then it was time for a break so we had lunch in the restaurant. The vegetable soup was particularly welcome for Ruth and I but JJ enjoyed his usual of spaghetti with tomato sauce.
Following this break we went on another loop in the same ...
... out and before too long we turned down the valley toward the Schilthornhutte - I never thought that the ground down here would be so shaley - there was a fine coating of slivers of rock everywhere and it moved almost every time you put a foot down. But the sheep who were up here were still managing a good footing - similar to the cows down below the sheep also have little bells to help the farmers find them! After a good period of time we made it to the hutte and were delighted ...
... to walk in the rain with kids for a different restaurant. Good idea as the food here is top gourmet and Mother Nature decided to %hail as we sat down. The kids loved it and flew to the windows to watch the ice balls hit and bounce. Amelia went out and put a couple of ice cubes in her hand and Wyatt ate them. We are off to roll in the snow while all other adults hike the glaciers. Hopefully the weather will hold when we get there so dog sledding can be our next kid ...
... in our tent after a day of horrible weather.
We were joined by a torrential downpour just as we finished our desserts. It continued raining throughout the night and being on a slope was not helping the sleeping situation. On a plus though, we had been super prepared this evening with extra layers so we were not cold during the night. If anything, we were both a little too toasty, even Ness!
Night night from the gloomy, but still stunning, Swiss Alps
Jess (and Ness) xx ...
... many options, it cost $250 to get to "The top of Europe" or Jungfrau as the locals call it. I'll leave that adventure for another time. Nothing we can do I guess but enjoy the fact we are here and may not be here for a long time. The tram ride itself was a cool experience. We climbed through many tunnels and saw views of the Alps only few will ever see. The lady across from us thought we were from Spain, guess my semi red beard deceived her, and at one point ...