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... happy polite well adjusted little people. However there is moments of reality....granddad says that this holiday is costing him £1 a minute, plus miscellaneous expenses (£3000) so the family will enjoy themselves. And that's the reality, in a months time our Chalet will cost the occupants £2 a minute, to stay for a week. Yep £120 per hour. Work it out 2 x 60 x 24 x 7. GBP! Its a serious cheque book.
So what do we do.....wake at 6am, coffee, shower etc and ...
... did see her start to try a bit more, so she is starting to get the idea.
Matt and I went up the prarion and down the Chamois run together a couple of times and then headed off down to watch and pick up a happy Marni. We took off up the mountain again. Marni was adamant about going to the blue slide, but we weren't sure what she meant, so we went to the magic carpet area for a little while and then headed off to ...
... over and turned the magic carpet on, it was great area to practice with Marni. Matt was helping her down the slope, she was doing well traversing but not a snow plough in site and she was quite determined that she wasn't going to do that. We discussed it and nope no slow plough for Marni....we thought well she never crawled, just walked, so maybe that would be the same for skiing! I thought I'd give it a go, skiing down with her holding onto ...
... They picked her up and off she went...and so did we.
The Prarion lift took 10 mins to get to the top, where it was snowing. I was a bit upset I missed seeing Brody's face when he saw it was snowing. We took off to go and find Brody - that didn't take long, we saw him on the magic carpet (he had to wear a pink bib, which he wasn't overly fussed about - it identified his debutante status - so that paired with his blue ...
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. ...