Skiing in good company

Every year my company organizes a weekend of skiing in Schladming. And like every year we had lots of fun. Only this year we had the added bonus of perfect weather but minus the great snow conditions. Can’t have it all though!

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Seems as if we did after all, no? Ok, maybe I am just trying to make it look better than it actually was. We also saw this on the way up. Yeah spring was here, definitely. Yesterday winter came back though, so today it looks probably a lot different again. But what does it matter how it looks today, we had good conditions to ski in the morning and spent the rest of the day with Aprés Ski! And it’s never too early to start.

Last Wednesday I went to see “Die wilden Kaiser” and it put me in the right frame of mind for hard-core aprés ski. I never really thought about all these Austrian/German songs, just sang along and danced a lot. Until I talked to some Slovenian people who I met at the Tenne and I realized how privileged we are to understand these “amazing” songs. If you want to get an impressions click here and listen to Helene Fischer, a permanent fixture in the aprés-ski music scene. (Wouldn’t want to be caught dead listen to her at home, but when out partying with a bit of alcohol…she is great). Anyway, here some more pictures and selfies with my colleagues.
Enjoy and be jealous. Yours, Pollybert

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2 thoughts on “Skiing in good company

  1. Here is some more unnecessary knowledge from me: did you know that Helene Fischer was born in the Soviet Union, in Siberia I think? ;-)

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