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... happy to start working again, now I was sure I had been going downhill because the walk back was certainly uphill. The lift was closed. I was frightened, not the impossimountain again, the wind was visibly whipping the snow up into the air at 45 degrees. I had that feeling of being able to feel my skull because it was so cold.
The next lift was open – phew! It was the only lift on the whole entire mountain that was open. Not being religious I tend ...
... ve ever experienced. If are good at snowboarding it need not be as exhausting. If however you find yourself falling over, albeit on the comfortable quilt of snow, it’s going to take a lot of energy to get back up, over and over again. This was unbelievably mighty fun, first on plain powder, then among trees. Slow going but so nice. If Hannis saw you fall, he would roar with laughter. “Oh ho ho ho! That’s so funny” his laughter ...
... that. End result was that I dinked my head. I sat out the next run for 15 minutes while the boys went around for another jump. After making a panorama photo and sitting to reflect & recharge I resolved to, between now and this time next year, get myself a helmet. Much as the majority of my snowboarding career has been either learning how to not fall over or how to fall better; now I can see that as a freestyler: I am gaining new abilities to hurt myself and would ...
... painfully (albeit not fast). Now: playground! Jumps, tricks, falling painfully and congratulating yourself for doing so in a new and unique way. The single most rewarding day on the board ever (so far).
In other news, while doing the jumps, I was struggling to find the confidence jumping off ramps. I know the cure for this: Hot chocolate and rum. As it happens, I wasn’t ready for such a drink. I blame the chocolate. After lunch I ...
... Hofgastein, oops.
Back up, back down, right instead of left, met the class for lunch. We had two new classmates, both every bit as awesome as the original cohorts. Today’s lesson was drilling on carving. I found it tough having missed the morning but great fun again. The Knight: putting the sword into the stone on the heels and holding out a lance on the toes. Touching the board (I can’t touch my ...