Wednesday, December 4, 2013


As part of our study abroad program, we had the opportunity to travel to the Continent for 10 days. Some people ventured as far as Croatia (shoutout to Madison), while I decided to go to Paris and then to Chamonix, a small town in the French Alps at the base of Mont Blanc. I met Will and Sean in Paris and a train, a bus, and a couple of hours later, we were in Chamonix. Once there, we spent six days reading, drinking coffee, hiking, and simply taking in the hugeness (is that a word?) of Mont Blanc and the surrounding mountains. On one of our hikes, we met the lovable Jacques (featured below), a dog who had a hankering for nosediving in the fresh powder. It was essentially a perfectly lazy and stunning six days, and what more do you need than that? 

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