Club Intrawest - Tremblant
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... the jetty.
Beth, Sabrina and I walked down to the local grocery store to buy some marshmellows and other ingredients to make smores in our campfire after dinner. When we got back Blake had the fire going.
Dinner consisted of fresh salad and vegetables, fruit, cheese, hommus, pate and fresh bread. I think we were all happy with this as it was nice and light, not to mention refreshing after our big lunch.
After dinner we went out to our campfire ...
... flip cup, slap cup, cooler your beer in snow etc. It was really fun and I met heaps of nice people. The night kicked on till 4:30 and by this point 2 kegs were gone. For some reason we all thought it would be a good idea to tap the third keg... Safe to say that a total of about 3 beers got drunk from it, which meant that one full keg of beer went to waste. Such a shame but it was time for bed so we all called it quits at about ...
Day 2 on the mountain was a much more pleasant experience as the temperature climbed a little. Still a balmy -15 degrees. It seemed like yesterday everyone wasn't having too much fun yesterday with all of the falling over so today I took some extra extra time and helped everyone individually and by midday they were all making it down the bigger bunny hill without falling over.
Today was my 1st day on a mountain, strapped into a snowboard and it felt good. It is like an extension of my legs that have been missing for nearly a year. However to put a bit of a spin on the situation the weather decided that it wanted to be -30 degrees and a little bit colder with the wind chill. The morning started off with some playing on the beginners slope with everyone teaching them what I ...
... br> We got picked up at 1, but had a bit of a hard time choosing an outfit to brave the -35 temperatures. I still hadn't got myself some winter boots so opted for my snowboarding boots and it turned out to be the best decision. We got picked up in a van and got driven about 20-30 minutes out of town from Mt Tremblant to a lodge with miles of dog sledding trails. When we arrived we got our briefing about how to work the sleds which all seemed pretty simple. It was a bit of a struggle ...
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