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... if you are ever in the area pay it a visit.) Slightly stumbling on our way home we managed to find a very cool free gig going on in the old Olympic village by a band called The Matinee (think Canadian Counting Crows) which meant even managed to make it out later then 9pm. Who's says we don't rock anymore. This more or less closes our Whistler adventure. Next stop the awesomely names Kamloops and a brush with the fantastic ...
... degrees so we had full wetsuits, boots and jackets. It was so much fun! We had lunch and a fire after about 5kms then we did the other 15 kms. We got some crazy waves! Definitely happy with the raft! It's just surprising I'm doing things that I'd usually hate. I guess I can see why people do it then... As Brooke and Kyla were leaving on the weekend, we decided to get out of town one last time and go camping! We packed up and left late afternoon and got to Cat Lake just in time ...
... scenic route through Lillooet.. Brian's preference was via Lillooet.. Our stay in Clearwater came with a breakfast... not the most inspiring with papier mashe plates, plastic knives and forks and semi frozen muffins... but it was just a motel after all.. We were out of there pritty quick.. Glorious day with a forecast of 33Deg C estimated driving time 5 1/2 ...
... a cab and ask the taxi driver to take you there. They are the only ones other than the organisers that know the location. It was a pretty cool sight to turn up to. It felt like the old days when you turn up to house party's back home. There was a tent with lights and a DJ set up, a camp fire and people everywhere. There was fire twirlers and a lady spinning hoola hoops that were glow in the dark and all kinds of fun. We turned up at 1.30am and there was still loads of ...
... Hour Film Makers Showdown just so she can attend the Volly Party with me! The 72 Hour Film Makers Showdown is an open invitation competition where you must make a short film (3-5 mins) in 72 hours within 100km of Whistler.
JENNYS report from the film event - As Michael said, I decided to volunteer as I have volunteered at all of the other major festivals and always found it really fun. And I also wanted to go to the Volly Party! I decided on the 72 ...