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... looking bright, I think this is where I want to make my mountain home.
In the mean time, I will chill in Whistler for the week, where I intend to do loads of hiking and exploring. I'll keep you folks updated on my goings on.
My hostelmate and I went for a gentile hike down to an abandoned train wreck. It was a really bizarre place. Apparently, a train went off the rails some time ago and the train company couldn't afford to ...
This morning was the first morning we haven't done a family activity; instead Brad went for his half day mountain biking lesson and Evan and I were zip lining. We went with Brad to see him get suited up and then we had to leave to sign our lives away. Once the waivers were signed, we got suited up in harnesses and helmets and loaded onto a shuttle van. We drove 10 minutes up Blackcomb Mountain and saw the Olympic bobsleigh and luge track on our way. Then, it was time to take the ...
... ski lift. People often spot bears here, but they are still hiding from us. This was our best chance to see bears, and as we haven't seen any we can derive only one thing, bears in Canada are mythical beasts! Or perhaps we are not particularly eagle eyed. Either way we are going to have to return to Canada one day to continue the hunt for the elusive bear, albeit Kirsty wants to up the ante next time and search for the even more elusive Polar ...
... River meets the Pacific Ocean). Back down to the valley in the Gondola. And yes, equally breathtaking on the way back. We were on a tight deadline because we needed to get to Walmart to buy our CAMPING GEAR for the weekend. Yep, we are going to camp out and brave the cold AND the bears. It was a trolley race around the store and we think we have the basics covered although I have to say we are very, very basic in our supplies. Lucky Sheweena is in my luggage. She will make ...
... it was time to head home to surprise the parents. It was pretty golden. The boys had called out for mum when we got in. She answered from the kitchen so I walked through first. Her reaction was "What are you doing here?" (Also after some time processing!). It was more like a high pitched squeal. And before the surprise was out, I called Dad. He was playing golf with my uncles when he got the call. He had no idea who it was until I said it was me as I was calling from my ...