Residence Inn Mont Tremblant Manoir Labelle
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... and had planned on doing some hiking. Having looked at a map of the park we had chosen a route that was reasonably long, but not too strenuous. We parked up and set off on our walk. It didn't take long for our plans to change. Maybe about 5 minutes, perhaps less! Mosquito season in this part of Canada has just started and when they come out they come out in force. As we walked along dozens of mosquitoes followed in tow, accompanied ...
... seeing the elusive bear was a highlight for us and for them as well as you can see, we proceeded to Mont Tremblant a paradise in the mountains for skiers and an attractive place for us to visit. We rode the gondolier and walked around the area, then went up to the Altitude Restaurant at the casino on top of another mountain for an enjoyable included ...
Final transition and she was looking good. She had a pretty good run but does prefer the full marathon. Her final place was 19 out of 138 for her age group. Her final time was 4.56 hours just 20 minutes behind the winner of her age group. Overall in the half marathon she ran the third best time in her age group.
She has pulled up pretty well and is pretty excited about competing in the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona in a few weeks ...
... the fly past of the jets! , the fire crackers! The Mounties , and the national anthem ( in French of course) I head of with my new Canadian friend Justine and American friend Ty. I see royce at the end of the swim and on the run into the transition tent . He's had a great swim and. Looks focused. I don't think he saw me ... Or my go Royce sign or my pink cowbell! I thought I was pretty obvious ! I head up to transition platform and ...
... worth a couple of millions dollars at this stage. I will try to remember to put up on the blog an empty shot, half full shot and a full shot. It is pretty amazing to see the difference.
We then headed to Smoke's Poutinerie Tremblant for Poutine for lunch. This is a typical Canadian ski resort dish consisting of fries, cheese curds and gravy. Noel and I went for the basic but David had the Poutine bacon burger which had the same as ours plus bacon, mince meat ...