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... choice of tracks! Mac and I, ladened with our version of packs (including the new little grey number), with food and sleeping bags followed at a much slower pace. We were oohing and aahing our way along the 4 km trail, chatting with hikers who passed us and stopping regularly for photos. We made the 4 km trip in 90 minutes and at one stage Mac did remind me that Michael used to run the 1500 metres in 4 minutes. We were a bit outside that PB. Couldn't help ...
... though Ro was freezing, we laid down in the middle of the street near my house and watched the stars. I think I counted about 7-8 amazing "shooting stars". I was so happy. The next day it was time to go. So Ro woke me up and said bye as she was heading up the mountain. I slept a little more before packing. I had done a bit of it but I did leave a fair bit to the last minute. Once I was packed, I got fuel for my car, picked up Bede, and Kyle and Kelly met me at mine to take my car. They ...
... spectacular. Especially when taking the separate peak to peak gondola between Whistler and Blackcomb mountain. The ride is about 15mins but you gain a new appreciation for what spectacular scenery really is. Still no bear though. The locals swear they are out there. After touching down back into Whistler, Carla and I continued our love affair with Kootenay beer and the friendly staff at our new local, Tapleys Bar (shameless ...
... the day. There isn't too much to the town but I like it. People riding their bikes around holding their surfboards, my kind of chilled town! I went and got ready for my surf lesson at 1. There was a group of 6 of us learning down at Wickaninnish Beach. It was the best day for surf in long time apparently which was lucky for us. It took us some time to go through the motions but by the end of the lesson we were all catching our own waves, standing up and riding them to shore. ...
Well what can happen in a week - it's been interesting to read back over the comments made before the race and during the week but we have finished off on a massive high.
2nd place today and 2nd overall as well, something we never really dreamed of but our consistency was the key to success this week.We drove up to Whistler from Squamish this morning on a grey and cold day, rain was forecast but hopefully it was going to hold off. The start was straight up a snow access road ...