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... creeks, ponds, stands of ancient Douglas fir and granite rock faces. The course is home to a variety of wildlife including black bear and deer. Take your camera, most of last year’s touring party were lucky enough to get photos of the black bears. Didn't see any bears!! A couple saw a bear near the course before we ...
... but that hasn't been revealed yet), that we only have three pillows to take (someone has to miss out), there are no chairs AND you can't light fires. It sort of sounds like the only GOOD news would be if we saw a bear! Oh, and to top it off - it is first in best dressed - there are only ten camping spots and you can't prebook! Think we need to go shopping tomorrow! Temperature: 23 Pedometer: 7293 plus Mac reconnaissance 2 x .89 (thanks Endomodo) Bear Sightings = 0 Total Bear Sightings = ...
I was begging for mercy after the on the go days of Vegas. I needed to put the feet up and just chill for a first day of relaxation. We were able to fit in a very lazy sleep in and a breakfast at home! Great start. This is a regular rhythm in 413 The Aspens - very late nights combined with very late mornings because Ian doesn't start work till midday and finishes after 8 pm. Monday morning we took an easy walk to start the day. We know ...
... spent getting drunk in the hot springs. Luckily enough for us they were at the river end in a big pool so we hung out up near the waterfall. It was nice though because they had tea light candles around their pool which made it even more relaxing! I nearly fell asleep just sitting beside the pools waiting for the girls because of the warmth coming from the water made me so tired. So once the girls were done, we walked back up the hill, I layered up, then passed out in the tent. The ...
... 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 ...