day9 - bear day
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Whistler Mountain, a place I really love, even this village seems to be the matter why I'm divorced now.
Wake up in house heidi and have a fantastic breakfast with cereals, milk, toast, egg and ham. After breakfast we are driving down to the village. Today there seems to be any kind of a bike downhill event.
Dear downhiller out there in the world, believe me, I am a biker, no downhiller, but a biker who goes out at least three times a week to bike, and I never saw such a huge and just cool downhill environment like here in Whistler (check out the photos and remember, this is just a small part of the whole park).
Nevertheless we are here for hiking, and therefore we plan to climb the mountain (whistler mountain) by peds.
Now two of my deepest wishes came true, start hiking and jogging in ca and watch a bear in the wilderness. I'm pretty happy about that.
In addition, I probably fell in love to my very first girlfriend. I met her in Lucerne a few days before I left Switzerland, and now we wrote an uncountable number of sms to each other. You may know, or even not, but I never forgot that girl. And as of today, I think I'm in love again....
If this is true, the third wish would probably come true, also. Thank you.
But independend of any kind of love, I really recommend to visit Whistler. It does not care if you do that in summer (bikers) or in winter (boarders and skieers). You will find a fantastic village and you will have a great time, independently of any temperature.
Whistler mountain is definitely a must see and stay for a few days location. And this is true for at leas 365 days a year.
For those who have been here earlier, please find on the photos the info: whistler mountain and blackcomb will get a direct connection – Jippiiieeehhh*
I love Whistler and I will probably come back to here in 2010, when the olympic winter games will take place in Whistler.