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... just came out at the entrance of the hot springs where we drove in so we just walked back up to our campsite. We sat down, enjoyed our wine and food around the campfire (which just didn't seem like it wanted to burn!!). By about 7pm it was round 2. I was already rugged up and ready for bed but the girls were keen for another soak. So we walked down with the flashlights and passed so many people coming up. There was a group of guys that must work in the area so their Friday ...
... over and they have a skating rink area. Continuing our trip we arrived at Fort Nelson and booked into the Triple G Hideaway which was very cosy with lovely grassed and treed bays. Apparently they had 4 inches of snow last week, but today it is sunny and warm. Next door was a museum which was closed but we could walk around the yard and found a number of interesting cars and car bodies and machines. The museum is owned by an 80 year old who probably has collected all ...
... views of Cheakamus Lake and the valley below but we only catch glimpses between the clouds. Rick and Paul opt to shorten the hike by taking Half Note trail back to the top of the Gondola but Ro and I continue on through Symphony Bowl and past Symphony Lake. We see lots of ski runs but only 2 solitary walkers. It's lovely to have this landscape to ourselves. After several ups and downs and a slight detour past Harmony Lake ...
... I elected to do this. He was very keen and I kinda had to convince me and I'm so glad I did. The 30 minute exploration really showed off the majestic nation of the mountains. On the ground you really do not get a sense of the magnitude of these mountains. In the air you can understand better. It was also excellent to see the snow, untouched beneath us. It was as if we were the only people who had been there.
On tour we stopped at many lakes, canyons, a glacier and ...
... exciting first glimpse of a bear in the wild, and not from behind a window, but right up close!
Angels with Dirty Faces – There is a rash of two tone faced people! It is a little disconcerting! The number of people with very red/dark brown jaws and noses but pale eye sockets is at alarming levels! I find myself constantly doing double takes of people I have never met before as they look so strange. This phenomenon is caused by goggles! ...