Raintrees Whiski Jack Aspens
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... as well as our friends' kids from Vancouver..
Could not complain about ski conditions - had sunny skies for the first 3 days then a fresh dump of snow overnight before more snow on the last day.. so spoilt, particularly for early season.
We have all eaten extremely well and enjoyed the apes ski hot tubs and beverages.. now heading off to LA before some down time in Maui..
Big love to all back home..
... so we go and check out their supermarket. Price of food here is pretty much like Cairns. They have so much to offer from all over the world. Today they just received mango's from Spain. I bought one to try? They looked so good. It is time for Ian to go and do he's Zipping so I go upstairs to the room and feast on my mango. Yes very nice. It's so good I think I am going to go back and get another one. We'll be traveling again tomorrow and I know that mango will be lovely for ...
Waking up seven AM and getting ready to go skiing down the slopes of Whistler,
overnight they had an amazing amount of snowfall of one to two meters. I got
outside to an amazing white snowy day ahead. I walked to the chair lift. The
line was short to get onto the lift, I sat in the lift with my snowboard
strapped on my feet. Ten minutes that how long it was to get to the top. The
lift was amazing the sites where beautiful over 7000 feet up on ...
... with the winch n it took a little longer than expected to pull him back in!, Then came Nathan's turn he made a superman style jump and even managed a froward roll, we all watched in owe but ?Harrison couldn't understand why when he shouted you hoo .nathan Didn't wave back just rude!! Next was Steph she was on the other side of the bridge so we couldn't see the jump style quite so well although we do see she had gone for the traditional ankle tie rather than the ...
So a full days skiing today with a couple of runs from top to bottom which is a one mile vertical drop. Gary's legs hurt, Adam suggested a run! We also waited for the glass bottomed gondola which seems to have cured Adam's fear of heights and induced the same in ...