Whole lotta nothing

Chamonix Valley seen from the south

In honesty, just a post so people know I’m still here! Not a lot has happened outside of the working environment since my last post (over a week – sorry) and there’s yet to be any snow in Chamonix. It did try yesterday, but we only managed some sleety rain for a few hours before it gave in.

From what I gather, Tignes has a small amount and La Rosiere has around 10cm lying on the pavements. Courchevel 1850 has quite a substantial amount, but that’s to be expected at such an altitude. You also pay for it there as it’s one of the priciest resorts.

Head chef training has just finished and today/tomorrow all the management trainees will be arriving here to start abusing the PCs I’ve been setting up. The big pain is going to be in around a week when I have to uproot every training machine and lug them over to Tignes for the remainder of training, then distribute them to the various resort staff.

It has been great to catch up with more people I remember from last season as they appear in little groups. I believe we’ve got quite a high percentage of returning staff amongst the workforce this season so we must be doing something right!

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