Edgewater Lodge & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... flowers that were new to me, including the alpine arnica plant. Plus point, flowers stay where they are and seem less elusive than animals. Several rides up and down the chairlift failed to produce a black bear sighting, just lots more flowers - rosebay willow herb seems as much at home here as in England. The best sightings of the day were a marmot, a chipmunk and a whiskey jack ...
... to Blenz to sample their award winning hot chocolate ( takes us two hours for a little outing like this up and down The Aspens hill) and had breakfast at Elements (very trendy). We rarely surface till just before noon so need to find venues that offer all day breakfasts. The weather has been very kind and this week has been our first view of rain! Lucky we have weatherproof gear and a backpack now. Marathon Man is making a ...
... the side of the sheer cliffs. Have to confess that I got motion sickness on the ride up! It wasn't a windy day and the ride was really smooth. It was such a quick climb and a high climb that my ears popped! I was seedy at the top after my backwards ride up! Made sure I was facing the way we were heading on the ride back down! At the Summit Plaza the views from the deck were breathtaking - we had a few great photo shoots here. The deck connected to the Sky Pilot ...
... 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 ...
... going to have a quick bite of cereal before driving, but turns out the milk was out of date, so that just put this place very low on my places to revisit. The day got brighter with blue skies for most of the drive, this time we were off to the Sloquet Hot Springs outside Pemberton. This time driving The Duffy, I got to see the drive. Last time I drove it at night on the way to Kelowna. It's crazy how different the scenery is between all the places. The Rockies are so tall and ...