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... handing things back at the hire shop wasn't sure which ski resort he was in!). It was fun though, and definitely something I'd like another go at, although I may need to get a bit more "bike-fit" first!
We arrived back at the campsite just as the heavens opened, so we got to spend our final night watching the rain fall. Tomorrow we hand the RV back in Vancouver and the next stage of the trip begins!
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... realized there was an issue with the gear box
12:30pm flagged down a nice couple in their convertible, and asked them to call the AMA for us from Pemberton
15:10 - Tim the Tow Truck driver arrives
16:10 - driving through Pemberton
17:00 arrive in Whistler.
We had been up and on the go for 12 hours at this point. We were all very tired.
Quick an easy sushi order which R collected for us. Then pool, hottub and bed!
... See Mount Rushmore • Kiss under the mistletoe • Go to a full moon party in Thailand • Go to a NRL Grand final • Go to an ice hockey game in Canada • Go to an American Football game in the USA • Shoot a gun at a shooting range • Ride a gondola in Venice • Go horseback riding along a beach • Go to the Bonnaroo music festival • Go to the Tomorrowland music festival • Go to the Glastonbury ...
... The houses were all massive lodges covered in snow – so picturesque!
After devouring what had to be some of the best garlic bread and pizza we crashed late – up again in the morning to try and get our (very, very) expensive lift passes and meet the other three C Crew members driving down that morning with all our ski gear. Only they had parked at the furthest car park part-way up the mountain. ...
... the past few years I haven't been skiing in Europe much, so I'm not used to those anymore. In the US and Canada they hardly ever have them, the majority of lifts are chairlifts. One of our coaches told me that apparently all glaciers have T-bars because they are pure ice underneath, which makes it impossible to drill down the structures required for chairlifts. The ice is also constantly moving underneath, so they need to keep moving the T-bars. Once we got to the ...