Pemberton Valley Lodge
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... for the Ping Pong Balls, and the start line! Students had to work in groups to design a contraption which would allow them to deposit a ping pong ball in a styrofoam cup, while their feet had to remain behind a line (placed approximately 4 feet from the cups).
The combined group of grade 4s and 5s in the final block had a number of creative solutions to the Rube Goldberg Challenge, which required the students to create a ...
... Approx. 800 people attended the dinner and we were all sat on tables of 10. Each table came with one or two long term locals to act as providers of local information and someone to give you a bit more of a feel for the history of Whistler.
We were on a table with Peter Ackhurst, the widower of the lady after whom the welcome dinner is named. Peter was a nice guy and has lived in Whistler since 1970. He has seen A LOT of change! One interesting fact ...
... or triple shot.
We only had three hours before we had to be back at the bus
and we used up all but about 15 minutes which we used to have a very quick look
around the village of Whistler.
We returned to Vancouver along the same route, with
afternoon tea along the way. I bought
my first souvenirs on board and by the end of the day had made a bit of a dent
in my Cash passport.
Back to ...
... some of the best components :-) Downhill bikers pay up to $10,000 for their bikes! Matt is tearing around Whistler like a banshee, loving it more than I could have hoped for. Today I was not feeling well so no biking for me after a late night bug last night. Let's just say that not having the toilet pedal yet fixed and free camping in a public car park is not the best place to be with an upset stomach. Tomorrow is the first day of bike camp. So keen. ...
... Raldy", let me explain. When I was a young boy, at the correct moment my brother Dave explained that a Raldy was a state of male arrousal so strong that blood flow to the cerebral cortex is interrupted, usually resulting in profound errors in judgement. As the male ages, the Raldy becomes less intense and manifests itself in other ways. For example, in the 60 year old male cyclist, the compression of the buttock ...