I sit and write this in Bariloche, the Argentine Lake District, a place I didn’t even dream I would be at the end of 2017. I love going back over my photos and remembering all the small details and moments from the year, from catching up with a long lost friend, to the delicate autumn […]Read More
Posts in 'Working a ski season'
Deciding and applying to do a ski season is an exciting process but if you accept that first job offer that comes along, you may find your party animal mentality stuck in a quiet French hamlet for 5 months. Before sending out those CV’s, take a minute to consider these points which will hopefully set […]Read More
March After the deep snow and freezing temperatures of December and January, March was a welcome lightness. As we left for work in the mornings, the sun was now emerging over the mountains, the afternoon sunshine lasting low into the afternoon allowing lazy pre-work snoozes in a piste side bar before heading back the chalet to cook […]Read More
After promising myself to do monthly updates from the Alps, the weeks slipped past. Days were filled with work, snowboard, work. Wednesday’s were typically a full day snowboarding or sleeping off work. So my photos have piled up and I’m now sat here at my desk back home, back out of the ski season bubble […]Read More
And sometimes, the mountains call you back for another season, despite your words from five years ago that my season days were over. And you oblige. I applied for my fifth season on a whim after living a relatively settled life back home for almost two years. Normal life wasn’t cutting it, it was time […]Read More