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Day 2: Sunday 20th Feb
We are all tired after the journey. The apartment is quiet so we have no problem sleeping in and having a relaxing breakfast. We are on the top floor so there's neighbours to each side but no one above us. We can't here the apartments occupants below us either. So I guess they can't hear our music. So that's good all round.
2Day is a day of truth. Julia and I both invested in our own ski boots. Bought at Nottingham's Decathalon.
I noticed mine were not quite wide enough for my feet when I wore them for an evening at home. My boots have liners that will mold to the shape of my feet. I think I've cracked the width problem.
All I do is put the 2 main foot fasteners across the foot but where they do not cause the boot width to become smaller – fastened but not tightening. The ankle fastener needs to be tight to stop my foot moving and the top fastener can be fairly lose. It's great having comfortable boots. The ski control is so much better. Julia is also getting on well with her new “pump up fit” Nordica boots.
From La Kilimandjaro you can walk 100 feet up the hill and then ski down to Plagne Centre – the first lift on the left is Becoin and it takes you up to a couple of red runs and a nice blue – Mont St Sauveur – Fras is on a snowboard and for a 1st run it was a little difficult – so we had Fras saying “I can't do this”. We did the one run and then went back to the apartment for fish soup, bread and butter, Tea and fruits of the forest crush.
Ben was knackered so crashed out. Julia wanted shorter ski's. So after lunch we walked up the slope opposite the apartment and skied down a blue Jean Marie, up lift Melezes, across to Bergerie and down the ecartes and down to Ski Set at Plagne Soleil. Julia got 160cm skis and was a lot happier.
Up Bergerie again and across les dolines, bridge and across to Becoin – unfortunately a bit of a walk – up to Mont St Saveur and back to the pad. We got Ben up and did Jean Marie, Melezes, Bergerie, down escartes and back to ski set. It was 5pm and Jus was worried about us getting stuck because the lifts were shutting. Ben got better boots, kept the same skis and we skied down to a lift that took us up to Plagne Centre. Unfortunately Becoin shut at 5.25pm, so we tried the telemetro to Aime 2000(m). This gave us a straightforward ski down Samba and back to the apartment.
By now our ski speed was up and our technique coming back to us. The boots make it easier. I'm finding weighting the down hill boot/ski easier than with ill fitting hire boots.
I'm growing a goatee. So I'm shaving the rest of it each day.
Tea: Chilli Con Carne made with added lightly fried scotch bonnet pepper to add some heat. Finely chopped and then stirred into the chilli just before serving.
Ben bought some cheeses down the mountain. We have Comte 18 mois Affinace, Beaufort, Brie de Meaux, Reblochon. Brought the salter scale so I can weigh the cheese. 28g is a healthy extra A. As we are not drinking that much tea and coffee 28g of cheese can probably be a daily treat.
Boots revisited: the left liner has a hard bit that sits below the buckle, I bought a heeel raiser which should raise my ankle position upwards by 5mm. Then I resorted to a thin liner sock, a thicker sock, and a round foam protector - altho' if I crank on the ankle buckle it still digs in a little - I need to contact Salomen and see if they could offer a suitable replacement liner. Right boot and liner are fine.
My 'nip to the shops' Moulton mk3 made at at the Raleigh Nottingham factory in 1971. I've lightened it slightly but mostly I wanted to make it look sporty by fitting contemporary parts like the TA chainwheel, GB alloy stem with GB drops and Brookes saddle. I've fitted a 90's Sturmey Archer 5 speed sprinter to 16"brompton alloy rims shod with schwalbe stelvios 16x1 1/8th tyres.A great little mover..
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