Raintree's Whiski Jack Snowbird
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... was very excited to be above the trees for approx 3mins of the 20 min ride up, after that he played with his toy truck!! We watched the view of Whistler as it became slowly more arial and the downhill bikers going at some speed beneath us, it was easy to recognise the ski trails. Stuart sat fairly still and I think it's safe to say was enjoying the view but rather wished he was doing with his feet on the ground!! We got off the first gondola on to the main peek ...
... after lunch to Blackcomb to end the day. Our lunches on our snow bunny days were spent at the mountain lodges at mid-mountain. The lodges are equipped with full restaurants. Hamburger, chicken strips, pizza, soup, sandwich and even Vietnamese Pho were on offer. After 4 hours of battling the cold and frozen terrain, everyone coming in for lunch showed the battle scars of goggle marks around their eyes, wind-burnt cheeks and snow-laden ...
... and eat lots of bananas I will find it easier to transition to this new way of life!! Haha.
I didn’t take any photos on my ski lesson as I was too busy learning but I did have a Flaik tag so I can tell you I covered nearly 5,000 vertical meters and 24km distance over ground.
Time for Change – There is an unusual atmosphere in Whistler at the moment as the season draws to a close. The vast majority of people in the village ...
... and Cailin and I had the opportunity to drive the sled. There is a round circuit where guests can drive. It was a bit of fun. After that the dogs were very happy to head Home. We fed them some biscuits and then their handlers would give them some chicken soup (raw chicken and seaweed in warm water). This is to ensure the dogs get enough to drink, when it is below minus 20 the dogs don't drink water. We were also lucky to see some puppies. What a fabulous ...
... met me during her lunch break and we went over to 7th Heaven to enjoy the views and sunshine before heading back to Wishbone and then ZigZag which took us to Base II where Jenny rushed back to work and I packed away our ski gear.
Jenny is making very good progress and her confidence is really good. Confidence is key on skis as you are always being challenged by varying conditions under foot, or should I say under ski. The final part of the ...