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I missed my train! Argh. The train station was so busy I couldn't find my way to that correct platform in time. I arrived just as it was pulling away. For a moment, I thought about running and jumping on the train, but being there's national police with semi-automatics walking around, I figured that would not be a smart idea. Unfortunately the train ticket I purchased ahead of time was non-refundable so I had to pay for a new ticket. :-/ So I wait at the station for 1.5 hrs ...
... So much easier walking conditions.
It had its moments, and was enjoyable, but after the wonderfully dramatic first day's walk this was good but little disappointing .in comparison. One of the highlights particularly for others I met on the track was to walk behind a waterfall. It was good, but I could have done without the steep and arduous descent and climb back.The photos hopefully will tell you a little ...
... course from top to bottom (the conditions were better than expected). This left the last lift, up to the easy run into Wengen, and then off to the station to catch the train down.
The evening meal in the hotel was much appreciated by the weary skiers as we left the station in Lauterbrunnen at 4.30, so more than eight hours in ski boots!
We are now settling down for the evening and it is snowing outside and apparently there is a lot of snow up the ...
... red runs down to the Mannlichen chair lift to get our ski legs back and then we joined up with Jon's friend Bruce and skied over to a different chair lift for a couple of runs. The last run of the morning had the crash of the day. JJ headed off to the left into some well used off piste snow and was cutting back towards the run when the little dip he saw ahead of him was, in-fact, a gully! As he hit the snow covered edge of the gully his left ski detached and ...
... missiles cannot be shot down them and they are rigged with dynamite so they can be blown up in case of invasion.
The view of the Swiss Alps on the drive was amazing. It was like nothing I've ever seen and photos don't do it justice.
We drove into Lauterbrunnen and it is one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. I didn't see any cows with bells they were all in out of the cold. When we arrived we walked up to the little town. This town has one street ...