As I mentioned in the last post, we’re going on a ski holiday in February.
If there’s one thing that Europeans like to do in the winter it’s ski.
There’s an indoor ski slope in Amneville, France that boasts “la plus longue piste de ski indoor du monde,” the longest indoor ski track in the world. So on Sunday after two hours of gathering up all our gear and loading the car, we headed there with some of our friends for a practice.
These two make great ski partners.
Finley is still a bit too young to ski (I think they have to be 2 to start?) but he loved playing in the snow and sledding down the slope reserved for little ones. Shawn and I alternated skiing with Hannah and playing with him.
Here’s Hannah and her friend as they reached the bottom of the big slope.
Future Olympians: Team USA and Team Great Britain.
A family that skis together…
It’s no secret that I’m not a great skier.
But do you wanna know what I am good at?
That’s all the social stuff that happens after the skiing, like sitting around the fire, drinking wine and laughing with friends.
In fact, when we go on our ski holiday next month, I may volunteer to be our group’s après-ski instructor.
(The first lesson is free.)