Red Mountain Resort Lodging
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... for awhile and watched the river that we're camped beside. Hmmm.. Looks higher than it was this afternoon.. Ok, now that we have internet, gotta get some contents insurance tomorrow. (And make sure it covers water damage from floating down the river!)
Day 2 here, mainly cloudy but no rain! Lazy day.. We're retired... We're allowed!! lol
adding some photos fromour drive from Peachland to Grand Forks, now.
... these parts? DEER! Really cute Bambi deer, and their babies. Not so cute to the locals who have to drive really slowly through their streets in case a deer decides to dart in front of them and potentially cause an accident.
The next day, we visited Gallery 2. Not sure where the first one went. We learned more about Grand Fork's history, the importance of ...
... required, thus we had to pick up the ski bum hitch hiker on the way its what you do! When we got to Red it was evident they had not had anywhere near the snow that Big White had. Not only by the snow on the ground but looking at people skiis and boards that were on the racks the gouges and scratches were plentiful! Clearly the snow conditions here are hit and miss.
We were greeted to a bluebird day that was not too cold so the view from ...
... the shop and grabbed the split board (you've got to love the small village trust out here - could easily have run off with it). The route up and down Greys was so good we decided to do it all again, but this time with Jeff on the split board. The split board was great and Jeff found it much easier and quicker to get up the hill. We aimed for a slightly different and longer route down this time and Mark, Jeff and Chris ended up ...
... it was the finale to the Kokanee Spring Fest at Red. And what a finale it was: the Slush Cup! Ski/board down a hill and jump into a large pool of water. The goal is to make it across the pool but, of course, no body does. Yes folks - it was cold and wet and people literally skied/boarded into a freezing cold body of water! All for a wicked pair of downhill skis!
Maybe next year?