Pemberton Valley Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... around a fire and singing old school tunes. On the way to Strawberry Point the second time, I saw my first bear! It took me until mid June to see a bear. Anytime I mentioned to someone I hadn't seen a bear yet, they would always say that they see at least one daily. I swear I don't live under a rock! But I just don't see them. This one might have been 2-3years of age. He was just standing up peering over the barrier of the highway. Of course I screamed "BEAR!" And got ...
... coming up the piste. Jenny skied behind it and got to enjoy the freshest tracks on the mountain. Why didn’t I think of that? Haha.
After a busy week for both Jenny and I it was time for me to get back on my skis. Saturday 8th March saw over 25cm of snow fall which meant tough skiing conditions, I skied for about 3 hours and ended up soaking wet! 7th Heaven was closed all day so I got up early on the Sunday to head up the ...
... the mountain, and had good fun out on the Harmony Ridge, Jenny’s first experience of a blue run!
Later that night we took A&S to the cheapest restaurant in Whistler! Haha. Everything on the menu is $4.99 so the dinner came to a grand total of $32! We spent more than that on one round of drinks in the bar after! Mainly as they wouldn’t serve Amy an alcoholic drink in the restaurant as she didn’t have two ...
... in the pool but my efforts were not helped as I was determined to keep my head above water….literately and figuratively! I have had a blocked ear for a few days which resulted in some temporary hearing loss. This meant I didn’t want to fill my ear with water so I was swimming in an ungainly fashion, as if I were one of those primadonnas who swim with make-up and their hair done and therefore keep themselves upright in the water.
We knew we had been on the road for a while when we couldn't remember the name of that Pa. beer they just started selling in Ohio. We started through the alphabet at bedtime with Amstel, Budweiser, Coors, etc. Next thing I know, Ellie shakes me awake and says "what comes after S". Today ...