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Travel Blogs from Mont Tremblant
... to the Royal Canadian Mint. It was such a lovely day and 29 degrees so we got plenty of sun on our way there. We paid our $6 and signed up to do a tour which was just about to start so we went straight in. We were only with 4 other people so enjoyed having a much smaller tour than the last time. It was actually quiet different from the last tour and finding out about the gold and silver that ...
... Blale and Kat tried the maple beer - it wasn't too bad, with just a hint of maple flavouring at the end. Next thing we know the owner comes out with half a pie... yes you guessed it - Maple Pie! It was hard to fit it in, but we all managed haha. It certainly was deliscious.
Sadly we didn't get to meet 'Lou Lou' the wolf who lives at the shack she is on another farm for the time being.
We had a tour of the maple farm learning about how the syrup is made. ...
Today was the last day we had at Tremblant so we were all sort of committed to going all out. I was getting picked up today and taken to Ottawa so Jenny came up to tremblant with her friend Steph. We met up with them at the bottom of the hill and because Alex was ready we went back up the hill with the girls. I was a bit skeptical about taking the girls up but they both were really comfortable on a board so it was good :) A few ...
... was super super sweet and even between the 5 of us, we didn't finish it. As was tradition, we all made our way back to the hostel and sat by the fire and had some beers. We met a massive group of Canadians and Alex and I beat them in pool no less than 10 times in a row. As a result, they took the huge map on the wall of the hostel and drew a love heart around Perth. Aus- 1, Canada- 0.
... and knuckled the jump super bad and only just pulled it back without stacking it. I left the park for the day and went back down to the bunny hill to check on everyone else.
It was good to see that they had kept it up and pushed through and were all slowly improving. We grabbed some lunch and I hung out with them all for the rest of the day. The mountain closed at 3:30 which to me was absurd. ...
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