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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 ...
... was waaaaay steeper
than most beginner slopes are in other ski stations. But I went up anyway, and
came down about 80 times faster tearing through screaming children learning how
to ski and snowboard while I myself was screaming out of fear for them and my
own safety. (Okay it wasn’t that bad, but you get the drift.) The second time
we went up, they told me to try and follow Denis so I could learn how to weave
back and forth and slow myself down. ...
... dance floor, and everyone joined in, French, Dutch, English and Australian.
We also discovered that the local cinema screens movies in English, several times a week, so off we went to see '12 years a slave', and a few days later we thought we'd go and see 'Philomena'. The way the cinema indicates that a movie is in English, is to have VO (Version Original) printed on the weekly programme, alongside the film title. So when we ...
... amazing day Maurice hadnt skied for a while so legs tired so down on 4 pm funicular which was crowded as lots of people leaving
With suit cases (saturday is change over day in all hotels) so funicular just left as it was full
No ski school so no ducklings
Saturday always light day due to change over
Last day and amazing day blue sky and warm 12 a little busy but not too ...
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 ...