Raintree's Whiski Jack Snowbird
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Steve - after leaving the family and getting caught in the gay celebration parade we managed to leave Vancouver.
up through the mountains to whistler, very cool place. quick beer and chat to a few people and on wards.
a storm came in so turned around and stayed at Pemberton, ski hotel with no A/C, very ...
... too excited. We did a u-turn and went back to check him out from the car. The SECOND bear I saw was coming back from a hike with Jess but this one was probably only 1. Was still quite light in colour and wasn't very big. I must need to get out of the village more I think! On the way back from the second camping trip with took a few detours coming back. First detour was via The Mile One Eating House. A must go to for all passing through Pemberton! This place has the best burgers ...
... in his retirement he does voluntary work with the Riddoch Art Gallery! Amazing! We are staying this evening at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. Lake Louise is frozen over, just beginning to thaw. It is amazing to see snow banked up, sometimes over three feet in depth. I can now understand when Simon and Sue lived in Sakalin, that they needed to get the Snow scraper in so the front door could be ...
... Couldn't find the right souvenirs, but the weather was ideal so we highly enjoyed ourselves. Sat outside in the sun while eating a tuna sandwich. Very delightful.
Mike also took us through East Hastings, a street where tramps are all over the place who appeared to be having a (trash) selling on the street. Pretty interesting to see all these filthy people gathering together and actually live on ...
... Fresh Tracks costs $20 each and means you get up the mountain at 0715, normal start of upload is 0815, and enjoy a buffet breakfast. After breakfast they ring a bell to open the slopes for 30 to 40 minutes of pure joy and freedom before the rest of the general public make their way onto the mountain. They limit the number of guests on Fresh Tracks to 650 per day so it feels very quiet on the mountain.
Jenny and I were up at 0545, on the bus by 0605 and in ...