Hopefully good news for Hammers fans!

19 January 2010

The sun shone again today after another cold night of -15C in the village. Andreas headed to the Sache via the Lower Borsat and Chardonnet and had great skiing while Henry skied the Col du Palet before heading upstairs to the Motte. Chris and I warmed-up off the Verte before skiing the Lower Borsat en-route to the Motte where we had two good runs off the Leisse before skiing the Cairn, and all the teams finished with a lovely Familial. This afternoon was much easier as Katie and I were separated and I was given a group where the kids were flying. William from Snow Fun had the pleasure of Katie’s company and he did a great job. Millie was put in with her friends and she also had a much better day, so all’s well on the ski school front. Gill, Millie, Katie and I had a nice evening with Remy and Danielle celebrating the birth of their grand-daughter Louise. Chris, Suzanne and Jean were also there and Millie seems to have fallen in love with Chris. I’m not too sure about the forecast for tomorrow but last I heard we were in for a rougher day. Stay tuned!

Grand Vallon News- Last night’s report was pretty accurate. The victim was dug out in six-minutes but unfortunately he suffered trauma injuries being dragged through the rocks.

Sports Report- Great news for Hammers fans as the club has been sold and the new owners promise to invest and keep Zola on as manager. Fingers crossed that they keep their word!

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