Three fun days of skiing at Kittelfjäll

_MAL4752.jpg, originally uploaded by Michael A. Lowry.

The weekend ski trip to Kittelfjäll was a lot of fun. I did have rent skis in Stockholm, because the ski shop in Kittelfjäll ran out of equipment. But the guys at the Alpint store new Sankt Eriksplan were very nice and I got a pair of skis I really liked. The skiing was much better than during the trip over New Year’s week. There was a lot more snow this time. We even got a bit of new snowfall the last night, so the final day of skiing was teriffic.

The hotel screwed up our cabin booking, but eventually made things right by putting us in smaller cabins and compensating us with free meals and a bit of money back.

I made several new friends on the trip, including a veterinary student in Uppsala (the second one I know now!) and a few more folks who are climbers here in Stockholm.

The photo above shows the view from the top level of the larger of the two cabins our gang of ten rented. Take a look at all all 67 photos from the trip.

By the way, I used Aperture 2.0 to process the photos from the trip. This version is a big improvement over the previous version, and I might even consider switching back from Lightroom to Aperture as my primary photographic workflow tool.

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