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Day 2 at Heathrow

Yesterday was a very long day involving 2 cancelled flights, 2 hours queuing to re-book my flight, 8 hours standing around and 5 hours sitting on a plane that didn’t take off. There was very little information from British Airways staff but I think that was mainly as they had very little information themselves. I … Continue reading

Christmas in Crested Butte

Christmas in Crested Butte

Christmas in Crested Butte was truly beautiful. ¬†Firstly we had to get a proper Christmas tree and it’s always nice decorating a tree – even better when you get to do two in one Christmas season! Christmas Eve was magical – not just being in a snowy place, but it also snowed from the moment … Continue reading

Too snowy for our plane

It snowed in Crested Butte yesterday as we left to go home. We stopped in the main town for a late breakfast at Izzy’s (enormous pancakes and Bombay potato and egg wraps – delicious!) We wandered around the lovely bookshop (Townie Books) which is a perfect little bookshop with a cafe in one half selling … Continue reading

And so it snowed…

It started to snow yesterday, just lightly but we woke up this morning to a beautiful blanket of pristine snow. Perfect for Christmas Eve! We thought we’d have another easy day but the girls thought different – they wanted to ski. We dressed up warm and headed up to the slope thinking that we’d do … Continue reading

Elf Escapades 23rd December

Elf Escapades 23rd December

The Elf took a bit of finding this morning. The eagle eyes of the Little One caught sight of him first but she couldn’t get to him as he was stuck outside the door on the balcony! He was very cold so the girls tucked him up in a blanket and asked my Lovely Husband … Continue reading

Arriving in Gunnison

Arriving in Gunnison

The flight from Houston to Gunnison was surprisingly good, considering that heavy rain and strong winds had kept us awake half the night. The girls were very excited when we started to fly over mountains and saw snow. When we landed in Gunnison they could see snow everywhere, much more than when we were last … Continue reading