We went to the snow!
We were in the world of Elsa, Anna and Olaf!
We were so rugged up and the snow was beautiful.
Our Camp Quality family camp organisers had arranged for us to have a sit ski, from the lovely people at Disabled Wintersport Australia. A sit ski is a seat, on skis, with a handle so I can be pushed. A sit ski is like a wheelchair, on skis. Having a sit ski meant that I was able to ski, too! The Disabled Wintersport Australia representative was lovely! And, we were so excited!
We had a bit of fun on some sleds and played in the snow. I even tried to make a snow angel!
Our hotel was right on the snow field, so it was easy to get to. Mum did have to carry me, a lot. By the end of the weekend, her arms were shaking and sore. I love her for carrying me.
Our bedroom had a big pile of snow against the window. It looked cool!
We had a fun dinner. From our table, we could watch the snow fields, outside.
The Noisy Sisters were exhausted (and a bit cranky), so Mum took them back to the room. I had some time with Dad. I even ate his dessert! It was delicious.
When we woke up, it was a beautiful day! \We went on a chair lift. I rode with Mum and the Noisy Sisters rode with Dad, behind us. It was a bit tricky, getting off the chair lift with me!
We had some fun on tubes, sliding down the slope. I had a turn with Mum and it was fun, but then I wanted to ride with Dad. (Video on my facebook page.)
Having cerebral palsy was a bit tricky, but we loved our snow adventure.
Mum and Dad are exhausted!
Thanks Camp Quality and Disabled Winter Sports Australia!
This was Mum and I, riding down the hill...
This was our night time family photo. It was a bit too cold for the sisters, but Dad and I didn't care. (Because of my cerebral palsy, my feet were very cold.)
I stayed up, with Dad. He let me steal his dessert. Love him!
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