After a frustrating start of things being closed, and then still being closed when they should have been open. And things not being there when they should have been.
A distinct lack of Swiss efficiency.
The sledge run starts with a lot of walking, but once it’s a black ski run it’s great!
I still love snow.
The bit where you wake up and there are massive flakes falling from the sky.
Even though there is a complete white out outside. The is still something lovely about sitting drinking hot chocolate and watching the snow fall outside.
I may be waiting to go out sledging, but it’s a wait that is still fun.
Snow joy is something special. It’s kind of nuts to think that a week or so ago I was suicidaly depressed and yet my body can maintain snow joy for days on end.
I love airboarding, the feeling of speed over snow. Less so the snow in your face…
But it’s still amazing.
I love the fact that here in this place I can manage happy. It feels so rare to feel completely happy for days on end.
And even when you hurt, and you’ve cracked your phone… I still love it.
I love chalet dinners. The way you can just sit with a random mix of people from groups from all over and just talk and share stories of what you’ve been up to both here and other shared history with guiding.
I love snow, and airboarding, and hot chocolate.
I love snow. I love Our Chalet. The people are just amazing. Even to the point of sourcing a lift home when your airboarding partner gets a black eye and concussion. Thank you Jen. You are actually brilliant, and I’m massively appreciative.