Raintree's Whiski Jack Snowbird
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... over and they have a skating rink area. Continuing our trip we arrived at Fort Nelson and booked into the Triple G Hideaway which was very cosy with lovely grassed and treed bays. Apparently they had 4 inches of snow last week, but today it is sunny and warm. Next door was a museum which was closed but we could walk around the yard and found a number of interesting cars and car bodies and machines. The museum is owned by an 80 year old who probably has collected all ...
... breakfast for us before we depart for Whistler. Following a very winding road through Lillooet it takes us some time to arrive at Whistler. Lots of photo stops along this picturesque route. Whistler proves to be quite a busy town particularly since there is a mountain bike event happening this week. Lots of shops, restaurants, accommodation and what seems to be an infinite number of chairlifts. This must be something in ...
... so we got that and we were glad we did. We got six of us in there with all our luggage and Bob's wheelchair and set off for Whistler. We had Bob and Sue, Stuart, Luke and Andrew and myself and the girls went with Carrie. We were planning to drive up in convoy, but that lasted less than 5 minutes as I was sat in the back using Waze for directions and saw that I5 was at a standstill, so we carried on with an alternative route ...
... I elected to do this. He was very keen and I kinda had to convince me and I'm so glad I did. The 30 minute exploration really showed off the majestic nation of the mountains. On the ground you really do not get a sense of the magnitude of these mountains. In the air you can understand better. It was also excellent to see the snow, untouched beneath us. It was as if we were the only people who had been there.
On tour we stopped at many lakes, canyons, a glacier and ...
... The girl smiled and said he had made that his resting spot and she had seen him there for the last 4 days!! They walked on so we decided to follow them. Safety in numbers. You don’t have to be able to outrun the bear (who can run very fast), you just have to outrun the people you are with! The other couple stopped to take a photo, so feeling brave, Rhian and I got our cameras out and snapped away. I only had my iphone with me so the photos are not ...