Whistler Mountain House
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... She is just awesome to talk to! Brooke also came down to hang out and she is just the same. Such nice hearted girls.
In the morning we buggered up our departure a little bit. Bree went to pick me up at Corey's while Corey had already dropped me at the Kelowna greyhound station. In classic Bree style she had brisked over my message that said Corey would drop me of so don't worry about me. Totally missing the memo, but plenty of laughs when she pulled in with ...
... if you were wondering. Listen to them. I dare you. They are amazing. We made a few simple plans from there and left to get some food. We went to the grocery store and picked up some picnic food and headed to this spot Evan loves in Mill Bay. We sat there for a while eating our food. I was running around catching all the moments and taking lots of photos as I do while the boys teased the sea gulls with the food as boys do... After the food was gone, either eaten or thrown to ...
... by 2am, fire was out and we were all about to sleep when we all heard a big thud from outside the tent..... WTF!! Brooke and Andi shot straight up and starred, Kyla and I were so stiff. We didn't want to move but what the hell was that! We made some loud noises to scare off the critter but we think it was most likely a bear or possibly a cougar. It was a heavy thud, not a raccoon or anything. That kept us awake for just a little longer! But in the morning we all had limbs and all ...
... freshly melted snow.
Checked into the Fairmont Chateau Whistler, at the base of Blackcombe Mountain.
We were surprised by the temperature, was about 27 deg (we think of Whistler as a snowfield location) so we needed a couple of cold beers to cool down
Had an interesting talk from an expert - Michael Allen, on the Black Bear.
... and drove with no road rules. He would laugh everytime we screamed in the back from seriously close calls. He pulled over on a busy street, dumped our bags and we could not see our hotel anywhere. He then passed his phone onto a shopkeeper then we found ourselves back in the taxi again. The next day we traveled 5 hours to Gallipoli in our tour groups and learnt the horrors that took place 99 years ago. As we came from minus temperatures ...