1. Martha
    26/10/2009 @ 6:25 pm

    I really enjoyed reading this – it’s a magic place (a lot of people say it’s like Chamonix was twenty years ago) and I hope very much to go back this season.

  2. Reg
    27/10/2009 @ 1:15 am

    Really enjoying your posts .

  3. Steve Crapper
    28/10/2009 @ 5:54 pm

    C’mon Rich , update me with the next chapter soon….

    im stuck at home with a busted achilles and need the escapism so much you wouldnt beleive

    enjoy yourself

    Steve C

  4. admin
    29/10/2009 @ 9:38 am

    thanks Martha, loved your La Grave pic on Twitter – you are either very talented or braver than any “mountain man” – a little of both I suspect, v impressive stuff!

  5. admin
    29/10/2009 @ 9:43 am

    thanks Reg, are you still getting in a Durban surf before breakfast? the surfer’s apprentice is sitting here in the alps waiting for a frozen wave… still board-shorts weather for now…

  6. admin
    29/10/2009 @ 9:55 am

    update is coming today Steve
    how did you manage that? Mountain bike racing?
    if you’re stuck at home, please help us by trying to find places online to add a link to http://www.SNO.mobi – on your Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, any MTB, ski, snowboard and climbing forums – any mates who blog or have a website…
    … its what this whole tour is for really…
    One guaranteed falling-down-liquid voucher per link!
    … its like “sponsor a child” but without having to pay…
    All best to you and yours

  7. John
    29/10/2009 @ 10:04 am

    Martha, Chamonix was quite developed 20 years ago. Chamonix Sud was already built. There are less meadows especially around Les Praz, than then, but it hasn’t changed that much in my opinion.
    I’d love to visit La Grave mountain and the village. The one lift at La Grave wasn’t open the week I stayed at Les Deux Alpes.
    Love the photos, especially the captions.

  8. admin
    30/10/2009 @ 11:17 pm

    thanks John – the light was perfect for good pics that day

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