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We had one rest day after nearly a week of skiing. We were feeling a little sore and tired, so we wanted a day where we could re-energise and get geared up for the next week of skiing.
Mum and Dad decided to drive down to Kamloops to pick up a few more things for food, while ...
... t have, or that we didn't need in bulk. At the end of the shopping adventures, we had trays and trays of food. Heading up the mountain was a little squishy in the car as a result.
We checked in to the Kookaburra Lodge, our accommodation for the next 10 days.
After we were mostly unpacked, we went to the office to get our ski passes, and then to hire our skis.
Ready for skiing tomorrow!
... our first sighting of a big Black / Brown Bear, and only 40 meters off the highway, we were all excited. We arrived at Sun Peaks about 1630 a long day in the bus, but a good trip and a very good bus driver in Zed. We are High up in the mountains, whereas just 1/2 hour before while having a stop and coffee it was 27o and we are in Rattle Snake country according to our very honest guidel Karen. After settling into our new hotel the 4 Q's went for ...
... up in a sleeping bag. As an
aside, the air mattress wasn't all that insulated and it turned a bit
chilly half way through the night so I ended up crawling into my
sleeping bag after all.The next morning, I reconsidered the queen
sized bed, deflated it and went with just my new Byer Cot the following
night. (I bought two just in case I found someone brave enough to camp
with me). That ended up working out great. with my huge new Big Agnes
Thursday was spent in the coach going from Whistler to Sun Peaks. The scenery we went through changed so many times it was really hard to believe. The road was very windy and I do not like windy roads when I am not behind the wheel. So up to the front of the bus I went or my fellow travelling companions may not have spoken to me for the rest of the trip. Anyway was the best seat in the house because I was able to truly take in the magical scenery that we journeyed through. We ...