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... that shock me, or perhaps change my perspective on life, but all in all travelling is what makes me feel alive. We travel to learn and to endeavour into the unknown. And I find it hard to fathom how if I had made the decision to stay at home, how I would feel that same sense of being 'truly alive' that I feel when I travel and immerse myself in another place.
We must take adventures in order to know where we truly belong.
... Howe Sound, Shannon's Falls, and the Tantalus Mountains lookout. Apart from the Irish lady who'd had far too much to drink at lunch, and goaded her husband who'd also had too much, to entertain the bus with his singing ("He's good" - no he wasn't), and then promptly fell asleep, it was a wonderful day.
Our last dinner on our balcony watching Vancouver go by, before we move on. We've had a great time here - great accommodation, great hosts, great city, great sights. Well worth a ...
... knew the future.
JENNY - Monday 3rd March - Michael and I skied together today. It had snowed overnight and was not the best of conditions, but we had a good time skiing on Blackcomb Mountain. After a lunch break in the Rendezvous, we headed over to 7th Heaven which had only just opened for the day. About halfway down our usual run, I fell and stuck my arm out to break my fall. Unfortunately, I broke my wrist instead. Michael was ...
... 15 Celsius colder than the last time I went skiing!
Another day and another chance to go up the mountains and ski. Sunday was another chilly day, -12 Celsius, so I was well wrapped up and took the chair lift up Whistler. I set off around 11am with a Flaik tag to head over to Symphony. Symphony lift was very late opening, in the season, so previous to this I had only done two runs down to the Symphony lift. I made five runs down and found a ...
... Olympics, made chocolate brownies and volunteered at the local animal shelter. I am also happy to say that the temperature is a much more comfortable -8degC on the mountain now, another day of -26degC and I think my pinkie toes may have fallen off. The new helmets are great as are the new gloves, the boots are improving and the legs are getting better at coping ...
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