5 reasons why my snowboard is a better winter companion than your boyfriend 🏂 (Aka who did I spend Valentine's Day with...)
- He is ripped, developmentally advanced and always in shape (this board has all the bells and whistles for a smooth, fast and fun ride) Is your boyfriend so pimped out?
- He is always ready to go (no matter how often I ride him he is always willing for more) How's your boyfriend's endurance?!
- He always brings me pleasure (damn, that board feels so good and is such a fast ride - I on the other hand will always be a slowboarder) Is your pleasure guaranteed with your boyfriend?
- He responds to my riding style and never bucks me off (whether I ride him gentle in powder or carve groomers with gusto, the "black stallion" performs under me) Is your boyfriend so flexible and accommodating?
- He doesn't cheat (you can ride him only if I let you) 😱 How about your boyfriend? #girlswhoride#chickswhoshred#skilikeagirl#rideon#seasonnairelife#valentinesday#boyfriend
Germain Sports est partenaire cette année du Chatel Classic Festival 🎵 nous aurons la chance demain (lundi 17 février) d’avoir parmi nous, si le temps le permet, certains musiciens pour un après ski musical juste devant le magasin pour que tout le monde puisse en profiter 🎶
Espérons que la météo soit avec nous🤞🏼😉 #chatel#portesdusoleil#frenchalps
La vue sur la Grande Casse (3855 m) et la Grande Motte (3653 m) depuis Tignes est exceptionnelle ! 🏔
The view of the Grande Casse (3855 m) and the Grande Motte (3653 m) from Tignes is exceptional ! 🏔
A trip to the beautiful alpine town of Annecy, France isn’t complete without a scenic boat trip on the lake. We were blessed with a spectacular day, and as we enjoyed some French patisserie and the relaxed pace of the cruise we saw the most magnificent 11th century Chateau off in the distance.
Originally built on an island (now a promontory) at the bottom of the Taillefer Mountain, Château de Ruphy in Duingt occupied an important function on the road from Moutiers to Geneva on the Roman road which bypasses the lake. During the French Revolution, this fortress served as a hiding place for the remains and relics of Sainte Jeanne de Chantal and Saint François de Sales.