Executive Inn At Whistler Village
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... out of hibernation in search for some food and Amber is still convinced she saw paw prints in the snow of a hairy scary bear! After our hike we walked to Scandinave Spa, three words - TO DIE FOR! We changed into our robes and headed out to our silent retreat of steam rooms and sauna's, salt water hot pools and plunge pools, order of the day was Hot, Cold, Relax...then repeat. It was a great way for our weary legs to recover and ...
... through The Duffy! I hadn't driven this way before but it didn't really make much of a difference this time round as I was driving at night. We decided to drive the night before picking up Hannah so we could get 6 hours of driving done and dusted before the next day full of driving. On the way to Kelowna, there was the usual wildlife but luckily enough when it came to wildlife that I didn't want to hit on the highway (I.e. A massive black bear!!!) I was heading through a ...
... below. Matty of course thought that looked like great fun.
There were other kids, dogs and people roaming the area. Our kids enjoyed looking at the bright colours on the cars and climbing up on top to see the sights from up high. It was a lovely surprise in some rather uninteresting bush and a nice place to let the kids run free for ...
... hey it was good times! My last part of this post may be a bit of a downer. So my crazy brothers Joe and Jon (my adopted Whistler Bro) have left me and made their trip home. It's sad because they were so insane and constantly making me laugh. We had a big night out early in the week and they were leaving on the Thursday morning to go to the Island for a few days before heading home. In typical Jon and Joe style they got wasted the night before, didn't set an alarm and missed their ...
... were up early to hit the slopes together. We made it to the top of the mountain by around 0930, did two runs then had to take refuge in the Roundhouse as we were FREEZING! It was -25 Celsius and wow could we feel it. After two runs our fingers and toes were very cold. It looked like the day was going to be pretty poor if we needed to take an 45minute break every two runs but we acclimatised and did five more runs before finishing at lunchtime to go home ...