Taluswood By Aloha Whistler
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... is still plenty of snow at the top of the mountain for skiing apparently. We'll check that out tomorrow. We filled in the afternoon by checking out the village. It's very pedestrian friendly. Plenty of shops too but a bit pricey.
Wednesday 20/5 - We walked through more of the village this morning then about lunch time did the gondola ride up Whistler mountain for some impressive 360 degree ...
... big sister then she could ski with mum and dad
Interesting people you meet
Lunch with 8 men on 5 day mens week some were retired some working while there they said they were heros for skiing whole 5 days when we said here 14 days and I off we were then super heros they were fun
Ski lessons are all day and most 3 to 4 days
Doesnt matter about weather all still out there
... though Ro was freezing, we laid down in the middle of the street near my house and watched the stars. I think I counted about 7-8 amazing "shooting stars". I was so happy. The next day it was time to go. So Ro woke me up and said bye as she was heading up the mountain. I slept a little more before packing. I had done a bit of it but I did leave a fair bit to the last minute. Once I was packed, I got fuel for my car, picked up Bede, and Kyle and Kelly met me at mine to take my car. They ...
We had a nice slow start this morning, with all the kids in with us we enjoyed some quiet reading time in bed with the kids this morning which was lovely. We slowly made ourselves ready to go, the kids enjoyed the yogurt parfaits that Nana had got for them last night (plain yogurt with granola to mix in) for breakfast before packing up and loading up again for another stint on the road.
We decided more food was necessary for the ...
... look with short walks to bear feeding sites and bear family daybeds, and wander through old growth forests where bears have hibernated through many winters.
There experienced and qualified team of guides boasts a wealth of knowledge of Whistler's flora and fauna. I saw so many bears the tour was well worth the $189 fee. After the tour ended I went to diner. I went to the mountain restaurant. From ...