Sunpath Stoney Creek
Travel Blogs from Whistler
... and so the gondola and chairlifts were busy with boys (some older men) and their bikes.
It was a beautiful afternoon, and just a bit nippy on the top of the mountain. There was permanent snow and glaciers up there.
It was a shame to come down again.
Advised that tomorrow the road is going to be quite winding and is a prime spot for people who suffer from travel sickness (me) and so will be taking a Phenergan tonight when I go to bed.
... their name plates for their bikes, tucking into breakfast, and getting all their gear ready. After much stuffing around all 62 of us headed up the mountain and they started to split us into groups by ability level. Matt went into a giant group, while I was left with a coach I could barely understand and who basically took us down the first run without saying much. The other guys in my group (there are 6 women in total in this camp) were a lot quicker and I was left ...
We went for a little peek at the Laughing Monks and the Olympic Torch, too. (pictures again!!!)
Then Dad, Avery and I drove down to Whistler where I am now. It's very nice here. We all just came back from a little swim and we are heading out to dinner now, so I'd better get going.
Hope you all are well, and we miss you all lots.
... both thinking the same thing...determined to get in, we shimmied our bodies and bikes under the gate and took off to explore the park. No one spotted us (except for a maintenance van that didn't seem to mind) and after 20 minutes in the park we decided to turn around and ride the 20 miles back to town. We had climbed much of the way up so it was at this point that Rach gave me a lesson in comfortably ...
... s normal though, when you spend so much time surrounded by one language that it becomes more natural to you.
I went down to Vancouver on Wednesday evening to meet Ninke at the airport and stay in the city for a few days. She was flying through Chicago on the way here, but her connecting flight to Vancouver got delayed by almost four hours. It's quite a mission getting from Whistler to Vancouver airport. You have to catch a bus up in Whistler village, then a train from ...