Le Parc Hometel
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... can't believe I actually got to experience it!
The first thing we saw when we got off the bus was a dog sledding team, I knew immediately that I would love it up there. The dogs were all so excited to get running and I was just holding myself back from going up and saying hi to all of them!
I spent the day snowshoeing around the mountains and got to see a few mountain ...
... because the hill was sortof steep and had a curve at the bottom, but a nice French lady helped get my ski poles back to me and I was off again without further complications. Because it went well the first time down that route and my improvement between the first two runs I took... I thought I'd try it again.
This time however, I hadn't given my legs the chance to take a break and I didn't have the strength to slow down so I had several major wipe outs ...
... f' and clearly said " Cates Folliet" and what I thought translated to Cate's Folly. Quick research on tables in near vicinity showed their saucers all said " Cafes". Just a coincidence probably, but it did make me think. But I smiled inwardly thinking of Cate's mischievous sense of humour. As well as sometimes being very naughty, she was very spiritual. So, who knows?
... that whilst looking to the future, I should forget the past, and this is something I could never do. But, on the other hand, I accept that I must look forward and work more vigorously in establishing a new life. Up until now I've considered life sort of pointless without my wonderful Cate. I often feel quite numb and I'm going through the motions for the benefit of people around me. But I guess the new year presents the opportunity which ...
... 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 ...