It was blowing a gale this morning with 90kph forecast at altitude combined with grey skies.....

05 February 2009

It was blowing a gale this morning with 90kph forecast at altitude combined with grey skies, but there were enough breaks in the cloud cover to give us hope. Chris and I headed back to the Glacier Pers where we would be protected from the wind and ski the best snow on offer in the resort. In fact, the snow was excellent this morning and although we ‘skinned’ up in falling snow the light improved drastically for our ski down. Chris and I were the only ones working today and we each had just two clients, which is a sad state of affairs. If you fancy skiing in small groups in an empty resort this is your chance. Next week is extremely quiet as well so don’t be put off by the World Championships, which are entertaining anyway. Another reminder that Tansy will be skiing again from mid-February if you’ve children you want skiing with the best. Ten centimetres are forecast for tonight with another 25cm’s tomorrow night, just in time to disrupt the Men’s Downhill! But twenty-five centimetres would put us back in business so cross your fingers!

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