Billy Connolly is a wise man indeed, and would fit in here quite well today.
You see, the snow line yesterday was below resort, but it’s drifted higher over night, so this morning it was only snowing at the top of the tree-line.
But when you think about it, most of the skiing in Verbier is above the tree-line. So not a brilliant view in resort through the spitting rain, but no real drama.
But get to Ruinettes and it’s snowing pretty hard – La Chaux was getting a real pasting when we got up there.
And the level’s dropping – I’ve just skied down and whilst there’s drizzle in resort, it’s snowing just above Chez Dany.
But the big news is that it’s the ES Adaptive fund raising week next week, raising money to buy disabled ski equipment for charity. So more soon…