First Tracks Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... he went to do that while Evan and I had some hotel R&R time. For supper, we tried Stonesedge which was tucked away by the Amana hotel. It had cooled off quite a bit, so we ate inside. Evan had poutine, I had the Hunter's bowl (pulled venison, rigatoni, tomato sauce, parmasean) and Brad had Thai chicken meatballs in a green curry sauce. Tomorrow's agenda involves Brad going on a half day mountain biking excursion and Evan and I ziplining for 3 ...
... of putting in Diesel instead of Unleaded Gas by mistake. The attendant thought we were completely loopy. In the end we had to have eighteen dollars cash back as we had over-estimated our requirements. Thankfully the car still worked with the tank full, so I must have selected the right octane grade. Warm welcome at Whistler. The condo was ideal for the five of us, and it was excellent to be together over several days rather than just one. Weather still ...
... hydro scene. Cars wind up and around the mountains, freight trains get to travel all along the very edge of the lake. What a view that would be, although rather windy as well. We sure appreciated the upgraded car for this part. We also realised our car has BC number plates so we are returning it to its base. We pulled into a side road to photograph a beautiful glacial river when 'eagle-eye' saw 2 beautiful deer on the rocks in the river on the other bank, about 100 m from us. ...
... Street in Vegas so that was my only reference point for comparison. This WAS NOTHING LIKE THAT. This zip line traversed the valley, 600 feet above the ground, at speeds in excess of 100 kph and the dual lines stretched from one mountain to the next. We were there and yep, again, there was no turning back. Snuggly strapped into the harness, safety gear checked and double checked, the lever was released and we were flying over the edge literally plummeting across the ...
So fall is beginning to disappear very quickly. The trees are still very much beautiful shades of red, orange and yellow but the low clouds for the snow are settling in fast. It felt like last week was the last week of summer, then a week of fall and back to six months of winter! One thing that comes with the snow coming is some very desperate bears. As the snow comes around, the Bears begin to panic as the food is scarce at this time of year (not that it was blooming at the start of ...