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... for an active holiday, which I made me very happy. I'm not one to laze at a beach on holiday I like to get out and do things, and with these options I feel like I was able to make the most of the experience.
The final things I wish to mention about the tour was that we saw many, many bears. As we were in National Parks this was not surprising. There are people in Calgary who are Canadian and they have never seen bears, so I'm happy that this is something I can say I've seen.
... Whistler mountain has officially closed for the beginning of biking season. Not sure if it opens up again in June for Glacier skiing or not. Speaking of skiing... I went up the mountain for a day skiing with Timmsy. That was some good fun! We woke up early (I'd had 3 hours sleep), went and got our hire skis and headed up the mountain on the Gondola of Whistler. We got to the mid station and got off to practice. It had been 10years since we had touched skis. So we went up to ...
... of me and missed all of this! He stopped to wait for me and started worrying as I didn’t appear for a good 5 minutes! Anyways, my wrist really hurt at the time, and I could no longer clutch my pole, but I didn’t realize the severity of it until much later that night. With a ‘sore’ wrist, I skied down to find Michael, holding both poles in my right hand. We then skied together (me with one pole, Michael with 3!) all the way down to the ...
Life in Whistler is good despite the poor snow fall. Both Jenny and I have been busy and getting lots done at work.
My work schedule has taken an unusual turn in that the manager has been asking us to use the quiet time in our day to make things out of the wood and doors that we have in abundance. I must admit to my shame that I am not very practical when it comes to building things and wood work. Not really done much in that way since I was ...
... so to me anyway) - it carries 12 people per carriage, spans a 3 Kilometre long, 500 metre deep valley between mountains and has only 2 support struts on each mountain. Our gondola had a glass bottom and we took a ton of photos - I've attached a couple to the blog. After lunch at Whistler and a few runs on the corduroy at the Harmony and Big Red Chairs, we went with Mum to the Symphony express. She absolutely loved it, and what's not to love? This chair ...