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Absolutely loving North Vancouver, so desided to stay a few more days on the North Shore with Darren and Chrissie in their amazing 26 floor Penthouse apartment!
And took complete advantage of their knowledge of the mountains.
We went to Mount Seymour Provincial Park for my first 'big' hike.
A good 8km hike up and down Elsa Lake Trail. Although if Darren had his way it would of been 16km!!
I have to admit I was nervous of potential bears and wild cats... But ...
... not really considered coffee yuck!! You need to say 'long black' and that gets you a serious cup of coffee.
We enjoyed a fun evening at Bruce and Holly's NZ Hoedown at the farm of their friends Brenda & Selwyn in Raporoa, absolutely stunning bit of country. Pierre and I presented Holly and Bruce their wedding quilt and they were thrilled, and then the quilt was signed by the hoedown guests. An absolute great time was had by ...
... to the weather depicted in the documentary. (Whew!)
Preparation for this temperate-climate traveller who for many years did not own a winter coat or boots meant deciphering the modern language of cold-weather garb: base layer, insulation layer, sock and mitt liners, neck warmers. What ARE all these items of clothing?? I thank the internet and the excellent staff of Mountain Equipment ...
... gotten us safely around Canada. We were gonna miss that little car but it's only a few days before we pick up another one in Seattle. We battled our way around town to find the drop off and eventually got there with the car in almost as good as new condition, I did manage to scratch up a hubcap on the trip but thats standard for me!! I was hoping they didn't notice and lucky for me they didn't! So with the car paid off and no mode of transport we were left out in the cold and ...
... on the wild decent. We descended very well this time but only dabbed our feet because of those in front baulking.
By the time we reached the aid station everyone was sorted out and we continued on up the next very long ascent loosing only a few places before reaching the Enduro (timed downhill) section.
We had a perfect run down - so much better than on our trial day, despite one rider who knocked into me as he tried to get back on ...