Every day I would come home to tasty cookies and muffins and cakes at the chalet.
The receipt includes a conversion to francs- which went out of circulation over 10 years ago. Apparently some people (especially old people) still think in terms of the franc.
I ordered a "sausage and frites". Totally disappointed it was basically a kid's item.
Selfie at the top of Deux Alpes.
Lingering fog as the sun starts hitting the mountain. This picture was taken out of my skylight (see the frame at bottom of photo).
Tallac Behold tube/repair kit mounted to my Raleigh.
Classic Hinault bike. It's an "aero" time trial bike, note the brake cables are hidden.
The other orangie cat, lounging on the coffeemaker. The espresso machine may get used, but the coffeemaker appears to belong to the cat now.
My fuzzy dining companion.
Fancy chocolate dinner. No idea what the sauce was, but it was tasty.
I found a cart, which was much easier on my back and arm- the case weighs 70lbs and has two wheels, so I end up shouldering most of the weight.
Sunrise, Mt. St. Hood, and Mt. Adams(?) from the plane.
Bike, mostly packed. Some clothes are packed into the case too.
Mt. Hood from the start in Corbett.
at Crown Point
at the top!
first view of the mountain!
Blackberry/raspberry cobbler. Not bad.