Eazy Riderz Chalets
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... but we are getting there.
The trade off is we are in a beautiful environment. Very dry air, and hard water. Altitude also affects the temperature water boils at, and how long things take to cook. Soft boiled egg is 6 minutes. Fortunately there is an App to help with such things. Also means that hangovers can arrive early and hit hard. Possible due in part to dehydration, but alt also contributes to less oxygen in the blood. Up and down stairs is often hard ...
... confirmed she understood. So straight up the mini rope lift....and down the slope, skis straight flat out!!! There were two women today and one man. She likes the women instructors and went straight for one of them, who stopped her by giving her a massive hug and twirling her around. She had a big smile on her face! And so it went, the instructors yelling, "open Marni, ouvert! open".......swoosh and not a snow plough to be ...
... had no problem, his snow plough was strong and paralllel sking when he needed speed to get up the hill was good. He was reading the snow and his level of skill really well.
Lunch was the same as yesterday, except I had hot mulled wine with french cheese and ham sandwiches - pretty good! And then we were off again. Matt thought it was a good idea to do the a blue run altogether, I wasn't sure so he had marni on the pole and off we ...
Oops, no notes again! Refuge Elena quite new and modern. Large dorms but partitioned into bunks of 4. Located on a high ridge overlooking the valley, where we had a long break and arvo tea. Met some interesting groups of Italians, see the funny hats. It seems that all of Italy has these 2 weeks off, so the trails and refuges are full. Dinner in a lovely dining room, food pasta as usual. ...
... villages with impressive agriculture along the hills. As if the view wasn't already breathtaking, we then turned to see Lake Geneva sitting between us and the foothills of the Swiss and French Alps. As you might expect, just as we take so much for granted in the US, we were the only people on the train admiring the sights. Most passengers were working on their computers or sleeping. It's amazing how much beauty we miss that is right in front of us: ...