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... sliding away under your feet. I know Hannah would have absolutely nailed it and was up chilling up the top soaking up the views but I knew how difficult the way up would be with my knees and the thought of coming down was a nightmare. So I enjoyed my snack and waited in the cold but still in the sun, enjoying my surroundings. Hannah started to come down as I started my decent. Her knees were hurting she said from the constant scramble up and the falling to come down, so I ...
... about to head to bed. Today was very good. Knowing that I helped out a lot of people in the community makes me feel good. This will definitely be something that I can encourage my school group to volunteer to do. Something that doesn’t make me happy is knowing that I have to leave tomorrow. I will be departing my apartment at 7:00 am tomorrow morning as I am flying out at 1:00pm. ...
... to get to the top of Whistler Mountain. Once at the top we went on the Peak 2 Peak Gondola. This gondola ran across the valley between Blackcomb and Whistler mountains.
The cable is the longest and highest unsupported gondola in the world (4.4km, 1,427ft above the valley floor). It only took 11 minutes to get from one end to the other.
We couldn't believe how it was possible to have such a long cable without any support hold up with lots ...
... start leaving town. Not to mention the 'official‘ parties. It all kicked off with a party for the ‘Schools’ Pod of Snow School. I was invited to this as I work in the same office as the Schools Managers & Supervisors. It was a BBQ where you bring your own meat, and Snow School provided drinks, sides / salads and dessert. The next party was for the ‘Village Kids’ Pod. This one was at the Children’s Learning Centre ...
... trains: 138
# of ferries: 1
# of buses: 26
# of taxis: 2
# of water taxis: 4
# of beers: 88 (Granville Island Maple cream and Pale Ale)
# of monies found: 17.78 Euros, 8.05 Peruvian ...