Raintree's Whiski Jack Snowbird
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... as I was at the finish line. I think she enjoyed every minute watching me fly down the course at the craziest speeds. Our team definitely won gold so I was on cloud nine as we left the sliding centre.
So, after four events the Team GB Medals Table was now: Ness 1 Gold, Paul 2 Golds & 1 Bronze.
That evening, was the 5th and final event, BBQ Rib Eating, and I ...
... terrain with snow capped mountains nearby. The scenery was quite dramatic and canyon like in places and the road quite steep in some sections, 60k speed limits as well due to the windy roads. We only made one stop for a drink at a place called Lillooet and it was hot there, high 20's. We arrived in Whistler about 2pm. A ski village in winter and now the snow is gone on the lower slopes, a mountain bike ...
... top and hung out with some Whisky Jacks (birds!). And after lunch it was time to get down. This scared us. A lot. As the snow melted away in the sun, more of the tracks had cooled to ice in the shade and the nice crunchy snow we climbed, we would somehow have to take down. Within 10minutes of us walking, it seemed like sliding down on our backsides was easier than risking slipping! Some spots were fun to slide down, others were super icy and you'd gain speed very easily! If there ...
Friday 6th Febuary Waitangi day
Had a wonderful night at David Toni and Coopers
we caught the bus half way then a lovely walk through the snow and trees to their house had a hot tub dip John tried the steam room ( tiled small room full of steam at 100 degrees Fahrenheit)
Toni had prepared an amazing fondue dinner helped Cooper with his jig saw puzzle ...
... the boys. Matt was the only one coming back to Whistler with me as Evan had drunkenly injured himself the night before and would head back another time. On the way back, once again there was sunshine on deck and a pod of dolphins, but this time they were swimming in the waves made from the boat, so they were super close! We made it back to Whistler with the sun still showing (which was a surprise as it had been raining for 3 weeks straight!). Then back to work! So this has ...