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... today. I am so happy.
I fell in love with a pair of skis, I went into a clearance shop just to look around and I found a pair of skis that are brand new and only cost 100$, I want them so badly. I realistically do not have the money to buy them, but they are perfect and beautiful and I want them.
I bought the skis. I have no regrets.
Went on a lovely walk today to Rainbow Park on Lake Alta. It was quite gorgeous and ...
... and change. Since it was our last day in town, we wanted to walk around the village and do some shopping. Evan bought himself a Whistler pocketknife with his name on it. For supper, we tried Element which is a tapas restaurant. We had a BC cheese and charcuterie board, a salmon plate with cured, smoked and tartare salmon, mussels in a green curry, and venison sliders - another terrific meal! Tomorrow we have to drive to the ferry and cross over to Victoria - a somewhat lengthy travel ...
... 88 miles) and highest point above the ground—436 metres (1,430 feet.) It also holds the record for the coldest experience on the trip so far - a bone-chilling ten degrees Celsius. No need for the sun dress here! Clouds came and went giving intriguing glimpses and larger vistas of mountains and glaciers. An alpine flowers nature hike was great fun - the guide pointed out ...
... day. Off to The Salomon Store to hire a couple of bikes to explore Lost Lake. They supplied a lock so that we could keep the bikes secure. Unfortunately, the lock kept the bikes so secure we couldn't unlock them and Mindy and Mac drew a few giggles as they tromped, wheeled and carried the bikes, chained together, back up the Main Street of The Village to get alternate keys to de-twin the bikes. All fixed and after some very experimental "get your leg over" moves ...
... and into the hot tub which was a much more pleasurable experience. Tonight we were eating out at a steak restaurant called SideCut. Which was a rather fancy place, hence why it was a little annoying that the following went wrong... 1. They spent 10 minutes finding our reservation, telling Dad he didn't have one ( you can imagine his face) 2. They way way way over cooked my steak, so for on e ...