Fairfield Inn & Suites Kelowna
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It turns out that it wasn't fog we drove through on the way to Whistler. In the morning when we awoke the town of Whistler was blanketed in what turned out to be smoke. The mountains that tower over the village were barely visible. And where there's smoke, there's fire. Huge wildfires, hundreds of them, burning across British Columbia. The weather …
Woke up early (06.30) showered and sat out on the patio. This jet lag nonsense is just a state of mind. Had to wait hours for Gwen and Jim to get up. But was in my shorts and reading National Geographic. Plus perused the map and read about things to do in the area. They're lending us one of their cars. I got an International Driving Permit before I left so we're ok.
Went into the city with ...
... wine tasting and we treated ourselves to a bottle of rose, which we are enjoying as I write this! The views from this winery were even better than the first and I was in heaven. It was just something else!
They drove us down a river side road where we got to be nosey and see all the millionaires houses that lined the river front. The houses were absolutely huge and all unique. There was a peach orchard at the beginning of ...
... climbing and snow shoeing and even sleigh rides.... we really just stayed together and had a good old fashioned fun family time.
Celia and Caden rejoined us on Friday and by then we had Niki, Todd and Joe with us as well (Jeanne came up on Sunday for the day). Niki brought up her Wii game. I gotta tell you that a four year old can be a pretty good bowler on that game, at least better than me. He even figured out how to golf ...
9th January - Thursday
The boys and Sue were off, up the mountain, Margaret, Simon, Russ and I had to get our skies and lift tickets. It was a perfect day, the sun was shining, the scenery is just beautiful, the snow is amazing, so thick, no icy patches. We meet up with Sue and Rob, the boys were gone we didn't see them until late in the afternoon with grins like split watermelons. Rob ...