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Snowboard Gear Buyers Guide


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MaxSnowboard.com put together a snowboard buyers guide to get you comfortable learning about snowboarding. Areas covered are boots, boards, bindings, jackets, gloves, hats and helmets.

About the Author:

Winter is Sherry Popper's favorite time of the year. She is the kind of girl who enjoys extreme weather sports such as skiing and snowboarding. Despite being only an amateur at both sports, Sherry enjoys showing off her skills on the snow-covered terrains together with some of her family and friends. However, during summer days, Sherry likes to soak up the sun by playing beach volleyball and going swimming. Sherry also loves to go hiking and mountain climbing and she dreams of being able to visit Mt. Everest someday.

MaxSnowboard.com put together a snowboard buyers guide to get you comfortable learning about snowboarding. Areas covered are boots, boards, bindings, jackets, gloves, hats and helmets.

About the Author:

Winter is Sherry Popper's favorite time of the year. She is the kind of girl who enjoys extreme weather sports such as skiing and snowboarding. Despite being only an amateur at both sports, Sherry enjoys showing off her skills on the snow-covered terrains together with some of her family and friends. However, during summer days, Sherry likes to soak up the sun by playing beach volleyball and going swimming. Sherry also loves to go hiking and mountain climbing and she dreams of being able to visit Mt. Everest someday.










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Dom Perignon, Epernay - 26th August




Dom Perignon, Epernay - 26th August





Statue of Dom Perignon outside the Dom Perignon Cellars, Epernay

26th August - Arcis-sur-Aube to Reims
By lunchtime I had reached Epernay which is where Dom Perignon invented/discovered Champagne. After lunch I cycled up Avenue de Champagne and found the Moet & Chandon mansion/head quarters where there is a statue of Dom Perignon.

Because of my bike it is difficult to do anything. When going to supermarkets or shops I lock it to the bike rack but it is far too much hassle to take the bags, tent and sleeping bag off everytime so I always leave them on and hope that nothing is taken. Nothing ever is but lots of people leave bikes outside supermarkets or shops. I've not visited any museums, cathedrals or chateaux (except when with Richard and Patterson) because I'm too worried about my bike. No one leaves their fully loaded bike outside cathedrals.

However, a guided tour of the Moet & Chandon cellars and a tasting at the end was too much to pass by. I asked at reception if they could look after my bags etc. and that it was alright to lock my bike to the railing outside (there was no bike rack) - it wasn't a problem at all and the next english tour was in only half an hour. The tour started in the mansion where Monsieur Moet and Monsieur Chandon used to live and entertained visitors such as Napoleon. Then there was a video about blending the different grapes ("like an artists uses his pallette"). It was only then, when sitting next to the other people on the tour, I remembered that that morning was one of the few that I hadn't had a shower. Having had a rain-rest day the previous day and having to pay 80cents for showers at the campsite, I hadn't bothered but 45 miles of cycling later I think the others on the tour were regretting my decision on my behalf. I kept my distance from then on.

We then walked down the steps to the cellar. And down some more steps. And then down some more steps. Its a long way down. There are 28km (17.5 miles) of passageways and that's just in Moet & Chandon's cellars. Beneath Epernay there are about 100km (62.5 miles) of cellars. And there is a lot of champagne down there. There are archways all along the passageways and each archway has a little blackboard above it specifying dates and origins of the champagne and then the number of bottles within that archway. The average was about 20,000. Twenty thousand. In each archway. And then each archway was about 3 metres wide. 28km of 3m wide archways with 20,000 bottles of champagne in each = loads. It was quite incredible to look corridor after corridor, that you couldn't see the ends off, lined with champagne.

The guide warned us to keep close to here because it was easy to get lost if we lost track of her and it really would have been easy. It wasn't a strict guided tour with barriers lining the route. I could easily have nipped down a deserted corridor and borrowed a couple of bottles but it may have been a little obvious stuffed up my t-shirt. We were given quite a detailed description of how the champagne is produced but the highlight was simply walking through the cellars and the tasting of course. After a glass I went towards the exit, back through the cellars and passed an enormous crate of "Dom Perginon, Vintage 1962" (or some year in the 60s at least). Quite expensive I guessed. At the exit there was a shop of course where they had the same 70cl size vintage on sale for 700 euros (about ?470). There was also a display of slightly larger bottles (the bottle on the extreme left a half bottle, then a 70cl, then a magnum then... wow). The one on the far right cost 2000 euros (about ?1350).

Maybe it was the long break, maybe it was the glass of champagne, but I felt great as I got back on my bike and sped away from Epernay.











Week 1, 52 Weeks: Cheers from Caffe Pronto - with Flickr notes!




Week 1, 52 Weeks: Cheers from Caffe Pronto - with Flickr notes!





The best smoothies on this or any other planet! E3 and I made our Friday visit to Caffe Pronto for a couple of their most excellent 100% natural smoothies. The best! Check out the Flickr notes to see what it was like there this afternoon . . .

52 Weeks - Week 1.









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