Woke up a little foggy this morning due to last nights festivities. After Our big mission with the horses and skin, we decided to celebrate a little bit. The owner of the little hotel we were staying at decided to join in and help us out too. He did so with donating his massive bottle of home made Tsipouro and passing it around. Ive come to learn that everyone here either makes or has an uncle that makes tsipouro. The minute I say the word or ask about it, they are offering me some of their home made blend. So once we collected ourselves this morning we loaded up and got on the road again. Our guide told us of some bridges in the area that dated back to 18th century and would shoot really well. I wasn’t expecting to do anything much today besides lifestyle/culture stuff, but things soon changed when I found a cliff to hit into a river. I have never seen water so clear and clean before anywhere, along with so cold. After doing a couple gainers off the cliff we moved along to a village at a different mountain. Its extremely cool to be up in the mountains in these small villages of maybe a 100 people, and getting the full culture experience. This weekend is a big holiday in Greece, with the celebration of the sun coming. Starting tomorrow they will burn massive fires everywhere and party until monday. For us, we can start to use the heli again Sunday. And it is looking like some snow is on its way here and lots of it. Fingers crossed!