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Travel Blogs from Whistler
... and I knew I would make it through...and I did! There were many fears tackled along the way...here are a few tidbits: Scariest - Walk the Plank and Boa Constrictor...by far Most fun: Ladder to Hell and Mud MIle Best Team Work: Balls to the Wall and Berlin Walls Dirtiest: Kiss the Mud In the end, the obstacle I was most afraid of, Electric Shock Therapy, was a cake walk compared to the rest as iot was the last obstacle...it's amazing l ...
... just hanging out at the cemetery in hiking gear. Shoes were off as they were wet and cold, many bodies sitting on the ground or some even horizontal. We were done for. But the best memories made during the day! Haven't laughed that much in a long time and was probably the most mental challenging experience to date. It's a 16km round trip and is open to July - November I found out... So might look into doing it when it's August, not snow the whole way and when the lake isn't frozen ...
... news, I am picking up two of hip-hop super group De La Soul whom are most famous for '3 is the magic number', ‘Me, Myself and I’, ‘All good’ and the collaboration with the Gorillaz with ‘Feel Good Inc.’ for which they won a Grammy in 2006.
Second cool news, Jenny and I head out to the car park to find the car we are using….WOW. A brand new Ford Expedition with less than 5,000km (3,000miles) on the clock. ...
... skied but smoothed over by the snow-cat followed by some light powder on piste. This meant for a smooth, controlled and fast run down to the chair lift. The run was made even better as it was a beautiful sunny day with blue skies and great visibility.
After this speedy run on my second, third and fourth run down I went off piste searching for more challenging terrain and POW-DER! I didn’t have as much success as Jenny but found some great sections of ...
... decided to tackle it. So all in all I have officially learnt about a new level of coldness today, my hands actually felt like they were going to drop off and my toes came out looking like little swollen red sausages. But despite all of this our day skiing was quite good. We quickly learnt that it was much better to follow the sun, I bought some toe warmers (small pouches of chemicals that heat up when they come in contact with ...
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