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... Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre. The Squamish and Lil’wat were first nation people and the two tribes co-existed for centuries around these regions. Seeing their way of life, visiting their ‘long house’, and created some nature based crafts.
After lunch was free time, and 35o – so we went for stroll around the Whistler village for few hours, sticking to shade ...
... a white plate as a work of art! We were connoisseurs of art tonight. Ended the night with Mindy Moo kisses and cuddles. So that's The Rocky Mountaineer Vancouver to Whistler done and dusted. Looking forward to just enjoying The Four Seasons for two nights before completing the loop back to Vancouver. Sort of relieved that I don't have to get in the Mountain Man's bus for the return trip. Thursday Temperature: 22 Pedometer: 1430 Bear Sightings = 1 Total Bear Sightings = ...
... I have had fun this week, despite my mood drops. I’ve helped Alexandre with his class, only for the reading period. It felt fantastic to be back in his class, since it was the first one I’ve visited when I arrived in Jules Quesnel. It made me think that I only have 2 weeks to go now. I also thought about all the things I have done since March 9th and it felt unbelievable. It happened so many times that ...
... suits" ready to tackle the weather and possible mud! I passed up on a coat because I was warm in the village and thought these rain suits would keep me pretty warm considering. Rookie. It was ok for probably the first 15 minutes until we made some good ground up the mountain. I froze! We had ****** little gloves to give us the grip on the steering etc but had no warmth whatsoever! And me being special was freezing from the inside out now. We kept climbing further up the mountain ...
... going through a cloud. I was able to see down which was
amazing I was about eighty meters high and looking down just above all the
snowy trees and lakes. It’s something I recommend to anyone. Once everyone was
across the zip line we got lunch at the small restaurant. The day flew by and I
returned to my hotel exhausted, hungry and happy. After a quick dinner it was
an early night for ...