Today my old man and me draw our first line into canadian snow.
However, it didn’t took long Destruction-Dave very long until he crashed uncontrolled into a group of adults…
Yeah your upholder of moral standards out there, I know that I am supposed to slow down on the first day instead of performing some get-yourself-killed jumps rightaway… but I got my comeuppance (hab die Quittung bekommen)…
My Arm got kinda twisted and I definetely got a concussion (Gehirnerschütterung).
But, in the end it was not that serious as I expected it to be after the crash.
Guess what, my helmet got smashed off my head! It flew right into the air and landed in the lap of a little child that played with it in the snow. At least she got something good out of the crash… 😀
But the first day was cool and I finally got to board in the white gold!
Amazing view, schneebehangene Tannen, menschenleere pisten… at some points I simply sat down and enjoyed the world around me… I wish I could share this right here with you people back in Germany… miss you guys 🙂
And some additional information: Everyone is so unbelievably nice, obliging and helpful. In every gondola I got to chat with some people because they are all so talkative and sympathetic!
The difference between people from Germany and from Canada is huge
The waiters and waitresses tell us their names and start chatting with us. Very very nice people here.
In the evening we hit the town again to grab something to eat. We went to a little gourmet restaurant. We had to wait for like half an hour at the bar, but the menue was worth it.
This was one of the best meals I enjoyed in my entire life!!! I almost felt humbly (demütig) after it. It was really really good. Compliment to the chef of that restaurant. The evening was great. My father and my had a lot of fun and some people started smiling at us cu we were laughing so loud.
And here come a little easteregg… They had Wine from Saar-Mosel!!! You travel 10.000s of kilometers and then you are back home. Hehe….
Anyway, I’m tired now…
Good night, Folks