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... ski lesson in NZ earlier this year which daughter Chantalle arranged for me was excellent in helping me get the basics right and practice here is constantly improving my technique. Helen reckons I'm skiing particularly well considering my years, and it's true I can't say I've seen anyone else of my age on the slopes (maybe because they're more risk ...
... with us were two other couples, Australian/English and USA/English. The two women seemed determined to dance me off my feet and I loved it. Of course I stopped for some reflection on past NYEs, but the pace was such that I didn't have much of an opportunity. The night went so fast it was midnight and then 2.00 am seemingly in a flash. When we left the party was still in full swing and apparently went on until daylight.
... going to be challenging.
The pretty village of Thone with its amazing Christmas lights which we visited on the way home from our Christmas Eve dinner in La Clusaz was now heavy with snow so we returned after dark to see how it might have changed. It's a charming village and the snow certainly added more charm.
It was a day of comparisons. How the scenery had changed in just two or three ...
... I felt so far away from this very Australian day..
Then today the snow the whole region has been hoping for arrived. I awoke to a magical scene, a real fairyland .There is nothing quite like waking to a countryside blanketed in snow; apart from its beauty the silence is deafening.
And the ski fields got a good fall as well so there is an excellent chance Helen and I could be skiing in a day or two. I can't wait.
... from tiny to horse size tore around the place, followed by owners who clearly had no control over their dogs. I am not sure what was worse, the barking or the yelling! But the view from the top was worth the mayhem, with mountain peaks in every direction and little houses built in all the valleys and up the sides of the mountains. Home to pack for our next stop in Toulouse. Now that we have to wear slightly warmer clothing, packing our stuff into our small suitcases has got so much ...