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... who was stuck trying to get Whistler. The boys weren't happy about that one but he was a good bloke and he payed for all the fuel. We are stayin with Matty, Scotty, Tysoe, Peacock, Byron and Taz in there little house. So good to see them all. Nothings changes. The banter just keeps getting worse thats about all thats changed! good fun though.
The conditions were a bit better here than at Biggie. The snow was fairly wet and heavy but we got a couple dumps ...
... told at dinner by the server that Lake Moraine is a potential Avalanche zone at this time. Good. Glad we didn't do that one. But boy would the Lake would have been amazing at this time of year with the snow and no one up there. Perfect photo opportunity but I think we valued our lives a smidgen more. Just a smidgen. The Plain of Six Glaciers it was. It started off really well, we went to the information centre... Closed. So I got some bear spray in case of emergency as the Bears ...
... thrown in the mix whilst trying to enjoy the last of the warm nights and nice weather. It's now Fall which means the trees are changing to fabulous colours but it also means cooler weather and rain. But then the snow will come and I'm sure I'll be happy again! So for the last few activities before it snows, I'll be road tripping to Banff with my cousin Hannah which will be wicked fun! Plenty of outdoorsy stuff I think which is what I love! But that's for the next post. So for now, peace out brussel sprout ...
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 ...
... 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 ...