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... to breath and enjoy the rest of the drive.
Arriving at our hotel, the concierge met us. Took our car and we booked in. Pool, gym, sunshine perfect !!.
Beer o'clock. Mmmm.
The town of Whistler is so picture postcard beautiful i am sure there are some chocolate boxes with it on. It was the destination for part of the 2010 winter olympics. Lots of skilifts, which are open all year round, unusual gift shops,
This is where we planned to horse ride.Stuart, ...
... our friends from CA, the Haas family, who are on their way up to Kodiak. It was a little warmer than any of us expected, but we got in a nice morning hike - led by Maddie and Bode (see pics).
On the drive out we saw our first wildlife - a few goats hanging out by some train tracks. Much more to come in the next entry!
... a relief. But, we were really tired now! We went into town to find a place to eat! We wanted healthy wholesome food. Jackpot!! We found this place called CommiTea which had a whole menu of teas and healthy organic salads and soups. We munched out on some boss salads and drank tea while charging our equipment, Hannah called her mum for a chat, we did some research for our next day/night activities and accommodation then left there when they were closing. It was the best spot to ...
... has been dotted with lakes and rivers bigger than anything we are used to. Kamloops is a city of app. 100,000 and is populated by Indians!!!!!!! And not the cowboy variety!!!! The motel where we stayed was run by an Indian lady, taxi drivers were Indian and lots of restaurants run by Indians!!!!! Motel was dodgy but clean, slept ok. Went downtown Kamloops for dinner, Cally tried bison said it was ...
... on Whistler. Going off piste, taking lots of lines I have never used before and enjoying lots of powder and straight lining through the powder was a great experience. Gliding along on a cushion of powder is the closest I can imagine to flying. The silence, the floating feeling and the wind rushing past you…it really is the pinnacle of the skiing experience.
I also made it onto Shale Slope, a black diamond run off the right hand side of ...