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... 1074; голуб 86;й чемод 72;нчик, ногти накра 96;ены голуб 99;м лаком, и мой купал 00;ник ...
... a pretty steep dropoff where I could tell only a few had skied before, there were others just standing there waiting for me to go, so I went down the course. My skis sank into the snow while I was going pretty fast, and I was launched face forward into the snow. Thankfully, the reason why I crashed was the reason why I didn't break my back, my upper half torso including my head and arms and ski poles were under the snow, and my legs had flipped over ...
... gondola and they were mostly skiers and snowboarders with all their gear. We were standing in the middle of the gondola, so poor little Austen couldn't see a thing except lots of tall people all around him.
When the gondola went over the supporting poles, it swung like a pendulum and everyone let out a scream. It kept swinging and we were all trying to stay on our feet and not freak out! It climbed higher and higher and for most of the ride there was a jagged cliff face ...
Today was an incredible day in Chamonix! We caught the cog railway (much to Austen's delight!) from the town centre up 1000m to the Montenvers Mer de Glace, which is a huge glacier located on the northern slopes of the Mont Blanc mountain range.
It is the cutest little red cog railway train which climbs the mountainside running through the forest, often with cliffs on one side and steep forest covered embankments on ...
The run down Mont Fort has been opened for this weekend as there is an unusual amount of snow still on the peak. I don't have any kit (or the courage!) but Kevin and lots of others get in a novelty run. It's really busy so most only manage one run and a quick snap in their bikinis before donning their jumpers and heading down ...