Laura had never skied on a volcano before, much less one in Chile. I kept trying to explain how lucky she was – we were skiing powder, not corn. Unfortunately, we also had a lot of cloudy conditions, so she never had a really great run with stellar visibility. But at least it felt good underfoot.
For me, it was an incredible week. Even if the descents were under clouded skies, everything else presented itself in magical form. The mountains really came out to show off for the girls and I love to watch this interaction. They did great, showing patience when needed and the ability to go when the opportunity was there.
I have one more personal trip, and then one more week with clients. And then I start dreaming of next year. After a season like this, it will be a long winter in the north.