Whistler Town Plaza Suites
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We did three walks, all fairly short, but with some pretty cool waterfalls at the end of each one. My favourite was Brandywine Falls.
I wonder how Brandywine will compare to Niagara Falls which we will see in about a week's time...!
After our warm-up in the back country, it was time to get the Olympic challenge underway back in Whistler. The ...
... Olympics catapulted Whistler onto the tourist map. Rounded out the day with a visit to IGA for another grocery shop. Everything has to be carried back up the hill. No worries, Mindy loaded up the backpack, Mac took a couple of bags and just as the rain shower finished we headed home. It doesn't matter how you spin us around and what direction we come from - the day always ends with a last walk up the hill to The Aspens! Tonight, that ...
Over breakfast we looked at the weather forecast for the next few days and as there was predicted snow coming and the fact there wasn't a snowfall last night we decided to take the day off and use some other muscles instead... We started with a leisurely hike around a ski trail that was closed, called Lost Lake. The lake had completely frozen over and an eery cloud resting over it. As it was getting warmer, we feared the bears ...
... and muck about some more. When we all woke up the next morning, we still hung out as a group and went to breakfast together. Why separate us all now when Hannah had to go to the airport I hear you say!? Well, the girls decided we would shower then collect the crew again for one last venture to the airport to see Hannah off. Once everyone was in the car, we had the 2 hour journey to chat and then said goodbye to Hannah and headed back to Whistler. So dead season is definitely upon ...
... so .... She laughed and said she hadn't done it but had heard it was interesting! Wondering what she meant by that we headed off ... Deciding to pull over for lunch along the way. Hmmm where? The roads were the windiest and scariest I've ever been on. There was no place to pull over at all that was relatively safe. The road trains tear along this curvy road and you just have to get out of their way. As we turned one bend we saw about four RVs and cars on the road ...