Raintree's Whiski Jack Snowbird
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Loving the fresh mountain air and freedom that the mountains bring. Taking advantage of the blue skies and snow dump from the past weekend.. more snow forecast for the end of the week! (Richard seemingly very excited about this news). Kids loving their morning lesson with lovely Argentinian girl who relates well with both Luke and Mia. Wonderful ...
... closer. Arriving at Whistler Village, and trying to find our hotel in the maze of cobbled streets proved to be a challenge! Realising that for $99 it was not going to stand out like the Marriott, and after numerous phone calls, we finally found it perfectly located in the centre of downtown. Deciding that discovering the "town" was the order of the night, we contemplated The Vodka Bar, but decided food should be the first stop. After spending much time being indecisive ...
... day clear
panoramic views 360 degrees. What a place..!! The weather is pleasing and the
mountain is smooth. I sat at the top taking in the breathless views. The view
was breathtaking, blue skies and snowy mountains all around with kilometres of
forests at the bottom.
I stepped up to the start of the slope. The cold air was making my nose
freeze. Here I go.
Just got to the bottom that was amazing and ...
... and we defiantly heard the scream ... No swearing of course she's a lady! Jo was last n after a time delaying ankle scratch n a good shake of the shoulders off he went he didn't quite have Nathan's style big swung much wider judder the bridge although Stuarts rather excellent video rather missed the point!!, All safely back on the bridge we made back to the trucks ?grace and Stuart seemed much more comfortable with the bridge now some mite say they even seemed to ...
A morning of struggle to get our skiis across the village and use our lift passes was followed by sheer pleasure and relaxation down the mountain. Blackcomb was first, and we picked a long but easy green to get us into the mood of skiing again. Many warnings of bears- aaaggghh!! We had an awesome ...