I can’t possibly recap the entire trip, but I’ll write about some of the highlights.
It was incredible, spending time with all of the people I’d been working with over the past year. All these amazing people, finally getting to have a conversation in real life and put a voice to the face. We worked, we learned, and we had a lot of fun. I’ve already posted about some of the things we did.
I gave a talk about how to tell the boys apart (here’s the video.)
I ran a 5k. At 6900 feet.
I got another tattoo.
I took a Barre class. It hurt.
I took a Crossfit class. It hurt even more.
I went on a 20 mile bike ride in the mountains. Ouch.
I went on hikes. Beautiful. Less painful.
I rode terrifyingly high gondolas and chairlifts up mountains and across alpine meadows.
I got out of breath climbing up a flight of stairs (that altitude, man!)
I won a round of Cards Against Humanity.
I lost a round of Mario Kart.
I talked and hugged and ate and drank and laughed.
And I took lots of pictures.
Terrifying gondola ride: