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Ness was seated on a competitive horse called Reuben and I was seated on a slow plodding horse called Al - this was going to be interesting!
Our guide was great and gave us a really exciting ride. As we finished passing through some dense forest and the terrain opened up and became flat, we flicked the reins and we were off!!
... a book! Totally relaxed and really needed it. Mac on the other hand, went for a therapeutic run back down around Lost Lake and then settled in to an afternoon of gaming. Dinner at home - a bit of reading and gaming...ready for the adventure of tomorrow....solo....because Ian and Mindy are both at work. Monday Temperature: 16 Pedometer: 10 254 Bear sightings = 0 Tuesday Temperature: 14 Pedometer: 1903 plus Mac did a 5.3 km run Bear Sightings = ...
... asleep in the chill out room, after an afternoon at the Spa it was time to get ready for dinner, all this rest produces a good appetite. Courtesy of our good friends Geir and Robbie, as an engagement present bought us dinner at Araxi. What a treat, this place has raving reviews and did not disappoint as we dinned on oysters and bubbles to start us off. Our day of extravagant indulgence had us exhausted and was time for a good nights ...
... a few more days off the following week... I had a friend's band playing in Victoria on Friday night so I marked a few days off work and headed over for a few nights. I took 2 of the boys who are good friends with the singer along from Whistler as I had the necessary mode of transport. Evan who I work with at Dominoes and I got Matts details from Bry who suggested to hitch a ride with me. So collected the boys early morning on Friday and drove to Horseshoe Bay to catch the ferry. ...
... supplies with the most expensive bottle of Veuve Rae could find, we finally got home at 11pm. Desperate for that bottle to chill had Rae and Cathy googling the quickest way to chill wine. We can confirm that salt, ice and water is DEFINITELY the quickest way. A couple of bottles of bubbles later had us in bed for a very short sleep before preparing to leave for Vancouver and ultimately Mexico Ps..our proof of our bravery will follow when we can recover the ...