BEST WESTERN Edgewater Resort
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I had my final day of snowboarding lessons today. We woke up early and hit the road to drive Len's truck all the way up to the top to stay and Dan and Laurie's condo at the Alpine. We made it up the hill safely got our rentals, dropped off our gear at the condo and arranged my final. Lesson. My instructors name was Kasey. He was a young fella from Alaska and it all ...
... grab another pair for free. Len made me, he said he didn't need another pair. We then stopped to get fuel before heading into the Forrest to find the perfect tree. As we entered the forest we kept coming across hunters, I kinda felt glad we were making noise and possibly scaring their deer away. We searched and searched for the tree with the perfect height, the perfect amount of foliage and the perfect colour. We ...
... worked out that well two weeks ago.
I suggested that Alex try to cool himself off by pouring some water on his hair. He did that, then tried to splash some on his back from an empty drink cup. He gave me the cup, and I proceeded to douse him right in the face, and this then triggered a great laughing free-for-all as I hit him a few more times with water.
On takeoff, we immediately found ourselves in hot, bumpy air. We had to fly north ...
... follow. Once there we all sat down and made sure to touch CR(chimney rock). We saw the area where it recently calved and a large portion fell down. We took in the amazing view before taking a piece of it and heading back.
We scrambled down the boulder field and then matt and I checked out the bottom of the waterfall. It was pretty cool. We then went back towards the snow and filled our water bottles right where the snowmelt turned into a stream. ...
... trail criss crossed through and around them. The trail also become more scattered with rocks and stones. We came to a point where we first saw some snow. It was a small patch but we all enjoyed rubbing the cold snow on our faces. Shima also enjoyed stopping for a drink, or shall I say snack. She was just sticking her snout in the snow pile and eating it like food. She was obviously a little tired and thirsty as well. After a quick stop ...