Journal

December '12

The New Year (Diary 10.)

The New Year (Diary 10.)

The population of Verbier around this time of year goes from 4,000 to 40,000 people.

The slopes are getting icy due to some mid week rain and the many people who are here on vacation for Christmas or the New Year. I got told a statistic that could well be true. The population of Verbier around this time of year goes from 4,000 to 40,00...

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December '12

Work (Diary 9.)

Work (Diary 9.)

Not much chilling going on as work starts flowing (my last post jinxed it).

Not much chilling going on as work starts flowing (my last post jinxed it).We have been called and informed we are to be waiters from now till the new-year. Although this was a complete shock due to the lack of work for the last month, it has worked out rather...

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December '12

Park (Diary 8.)

Park (Diary 8.)

The park is open... It’s going down

The park is open. It’s going down. We have been blessed with the opening of the park so now a whole bunch of rail and jump sessions are happening. One of our season goals was to hit a back flip before mid season. The opening of the airbag has allowed...

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December '12

Powder (Diary 7.)

Powder (Diary 7.)

This was our friends last day staying with us so we decided to go hit some seriously deep powder off-piste, and leave our own tracks in the fresh snow.

There I am saying it won’t stop getting colder and then today we were blessed with the gorgeous blue skies and a blazing sun. This was our friends last day staying with us so we decided to go hit some seriously deep powder off-piste, and leave our own tracks in...

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December '12

Round Up (Diary 6.)

Round Up (Diary 6.)

It’s still getting colder. There is an amazing amount of snow. It just seems relentless. You go to sleep in the early hours of the morning and wake up and find an extra foot and a half of snow. This is a late evening post to sum up the events since my last entry.

It’s still getting colder. There is an amazing amount of snow. It just seems relentless. You go to sleep in the early hours of the morning and wake up and find an extra foot and a half of snow. This is a late evening post to sum up the events...

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