Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Monday, August 25, 2008

Until next time...


Nat and I left Bariloche yesterday. It was a quick good bye, no time to tear up. I miss my friends there, but I'll see them next time.

I'm only here for a few more days. No time to sit on the the computadora.

I'm going outside.

Friday, August 15, 2008

SASS Podcast

This is from the first session this year. Pretty epic conditions for summer camp!

Friday, August 8, 2008

Photo time.


I made friends with bread crumbs.


More friends.


Top of Condor where you can frequently see condors.


Pukatron 2008!


I hate feet, but I kinda liked this photo.


Slow chairs.


Sweet style. You can rent these one pieces in town. Unfortunately you can't buy them. She is one of the die hard sledders.


Saying goodbye to the campers is sad. Nat and I got emotional and took some last minute photos with Tikos and Bayer. We thought the train tracks were suiting for a departure photo. I miss these guys.


This shot was taken from my bedroom window one morning. One of my favorite times of the day. You don't have to get up super early to see the sun rise either. Shot around 8 AM.


Bus ride up to the mountain in the AM. Lot's of heavy metal, head banging, last minute yogurt eating, and nap time for some.


Even though the mountain was lacking snow at the base, these die hard sledders didn't let that stop them.


We don't have to download anymore, but it was a nice time of the day to talk about all the sweet powder we were skiing and all the sick lines we were riding.


Best lamb I have ever had on the hill. This is normal, but the campers didn't know how to form a line. It was a good example of the Argentine Shuffle to get to the meat. There is a lot of Argentine Shuffle here. Lift lines don't really exist. It's fun to step all over peoples skis and push when nobody gets mad.


Another shot from my bedroom window.


This is Marley. We call him Oreo. He's our morning fun while waiting for the bus. He also goes on walks with us to the gas station to get coffee. One time he saved us from all of the wild dogs. What a nice guy. I don't think I would walk to the gas station the back way if Marley isn't around.

More to come later. Pep and Dash just got here and it's still snowing like in the photo. I've been eating lot's of bloody meat and drinking amazing wine. I love Argentina.