d-day!!!

IMAG0533We’re off!! So exciting which is great at this time in our lives. Roger likens it to the feeling of excruciating anticipation felt in the run up to Christmas as a child. Plenty of snow has fallen in the Alps but our sunny resort has inevitably had some melt at the lower levels. I guess snow and sun are not terribly compatible but we’re aiming for the best of both worlds by the time we arrive as another dump is forecast.

Provided Ben’s car can cope with the luggage (just relieved its not being weighed!) and 3 people, possibly the most it has ever carried, we are heading off to Wakefield station on our first leg of IMAG0534the journey and hope to be in Les Arcs for our first week of training by tomorrow evening. Can’t wait to get to Alpe d’Huez the following week and explore our new home for the next 5 months – not that we actually know where we will reside as we don’t live in. We will then be able to eagerly anticipate our first guests on the 14th who are going to include, or may exclusively be, my lovely niece and her super new husband.

The rest of our lives starts here!

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2 Responses to d-day!!!

  1. Karen stead says:

    just caught up reading all the updates from the last few weeks as I have been at Sarah’s . Sounds very exciting and can’t wait to hear about your new home and adventures. Wishing you both well xx

  2. Paul Roberts says:

    I knew Gina the fiat would make it

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