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A famous mountain climbing resort in the Swiss Alps caters to businesses that encourage their employees to hike up the mountain trails together. The goal is to build camaraderie and to teach teamwork. Although it is about an eight hour trek to the summit, anyone in reasonably good shape can ascend to the top. In the morning, the hikers gather at the base of the mountain for a pep talk before starting the climb. Usually the group is so excited, they can hardly wait to head up the slopes, have a group picture taken, and celebrate the excitement of the journey they are embarking upon.

They hike for several hours before taking a break. Approximately halfway up the mountain stands a quaint alpine restaurant. About noon, the weary hikers trudge into the restaurant, peel off their hiking gear, and plop down by the fireplace to have a cup of coffee or hot chocolate and eat their lunch. With the mountain as their backdrop, the hikers savor the warm, cozy, picturesque setting.

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Dave@DaveRubin
18 hours ago

Turkey stuffing cranberry sauce salad on challah. (Chopped and mixed with gherkins and mayo.)

For more of @davidjanet’s creations check out davidscookbook.com.

Dave@DaveRubin
November 26, 2020

Though @davidjanet is doing most of the cooking, I do open the wine. Hope you’re all having a wonderful (and delicious) day...

What we’re thankful for in 2020: Our daughter is pregnant — with twins! They should be coming in the next month or so. Twins boys, our first grandkids. We’ve decided our names will be Grandad and Gramma. ☺️

(Photo taken by “Grandad” behind our house.)

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