Prestige Mountain Resort Rossland
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... for awhile and watched the river that we're camped beside. Hmmm.. Looks higher than it was this afternoon.. Ok, now that we have internet, gotta get some contents insurance tomorrow. (And make sure it covers water damage from floating down the river!)
Day 2 here, mainly cloudy but no rain! Lazy day.. We're retired... We're allowed!! lol
adding some photos fromour drive from Peachland to Grand Forks, now.
... buddies since college, but Gregg is originally from GF, going back at least 3 generations. He KNOWS this place and everyone knows him. Based on his excellent recommendation, we'll be staying at Johnny's Motel, a neat space just on the edge of town. Dinner at Grand Forks Station Pub is where Andrew and I get introduced to borscht. This isn't that deep red beet soup ...
... tell straight away it was a real mountain town with the one main street standard pub, snowboard shop and cafe. There was a little snow in the streets from some recent snowfall which was a surprise to some people who had spent a season there as they had not experienced this.
We ended up staying in the said standard town pub, the Flying Steam Shovel due to its location and the room came with a private hot tub which was awesome. The good thing ...
... ski-tech's for the rental shop on the hill. He had a split board so Jeff struck up a conversation and asked him about it. Turns out his mate Yan who he works with was considering selling a used split board and he said we could go chat to him in the rental shop later.
From the top of Grey Mountain we began our decent down, with Townley checking the route frequently. Fantastic fresh powder lines were had by all. We ...
... of the day I was doing baby jumps. Adam, on the other hand, could barely go 30ft without falling and was able to link about 3 turns before landing on his butt.
However, that is actually quite impressive for a first time snowboarder! He did really well. It's just that skiing is significantly easier to learn!
Anyway, it was a fun day and we'll probably try it again next ...