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... food and drink was their victory winnings. I personally warmed my cold war with hot chocolate every midday. With the weather warming up, the skiing conditions were representative of true spring skiing. Early mornings froze the groomed runs to rock-hard granite slabs, the early afternoon's carvings of other skiers softened the snow to course sand which was easier to manage turns but the late afternoon heat changed the conditions to slushy thick ...
... the Sochi games 24/7 on a massive screen which was pretty cool.
We had some friends arrive on our last night so decided to ride with them the next day for half a day before we left Whistler. It was good to ride with a crew again however with the size of Whistler and not having a Canadian number yet it was pretty easy to lose everyone!
Driving out of Whistler we were both saying we have to come back to this place we loved it!
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Some amusing moments to be had with the GoPro as Steve can control it, and view its feed, from his Iphone so Amy has had to be wary as to what she did and where she went when wearing the GoPro! Haha.
In the two weeks Amy & Steve have been here they have spent more days on the mountain than either Jenny and I have, in over a month of having our ski passes! I don’t know if this is a damning statistic for Jenny & I or a testament to ...
... was also her first ski lesson, and the other Jenny was also born in June 1984 just like my Jenny. I will let Jenny tell you about her experience and the dinner we had at 'their’ house the following day…
It's Jenny again! My first ski lesson was great. I get them for free as an employee, they are usually around $160 - $180 per lesson! It was just the two of us (me and Jenn from Seattle) with a really nice instructor Robbie. Robbie took to ...
... probably around 500 glasses.
Liz, the Whistler Convention Centre (WCC) Staff employee, was tasked to oversee us and keep us going in the right direction. She was really nice and I enjoyed talking to her. She has lived in Whistler for a few years now and is originally from Vancouver so she had lots of info on Whistler life to share.
The evening went well and as a special treat we were all permitted to have some food from the buffet! This was ...
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