The Aspens By Peak To Green Accommodations
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... security…not sure why? Then Al Anderson rushed back in to buy souvenirs from the airport…causing a further 10minute delay. We hot footed it back to Whistler and straight to sound check. The drive was pretty good, I had Al Anderson and Clamper (keyboard player) in my car whilst the WSSF sent down a second car with two girls who took the other two band members (lead vocals and bass player). My guys slept most of the way as they had been on ...
... previous exploration, and had a great time. Powder is quite difficult to turn in and also it is very slow, more resistance. This requires you to straight line more, to maintain momentum. Providing you maintain a decent speed, I think over 8mph, then you glide across the top of the powder. The feeling is great, you lean back and skim across the powdery surface, floating on what feels like a bed of air with nothing but the silence of the wind rushing past you!
... met me during her lunch break and we went over to 7th Heaven to enjoy the views and sunshine before heading back to Wishbone and then ZigZag which took us to Base II where Jenny rushed back to work and I packed away our ski gear.
Jenny is making very good progress and her confidence is really good. Confidence is key on skis as you are always being challenged by varying conditions under foot, or should I say under ski. The final part of the ...
... Eve at home it is family tradition to attend Midnight Mass, mainly as we enjoy singing carols. To cover this base and not being able to go to Stamford Rivers for the evening Jenny and I went to the Mass held in Whistler where we sang all my favourite carols including ‘Hark The Herald’ and ‘Silent Night’ amongst others. The mass was held in a ballroom at the Westin Hotel and ...
... t want the place but all the others say no. In the current climate of demand vastly outstripping supply we were not about to be too choosy but at the same time didn’t want to do anything stupid.
We were very lucky at this point in time to have four places in play and they were all places we would be happy to live if perhaps not so happy paying what they were asking!
We also are very lucky in that the lady in Alpine had told us the room ...
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