Alec asked Bruce to sort out a small problem they were having at the Earls location in Whistler; naturally, I asked if I could ride along. Bruce was happy for the company, and I was more than happy to provide it. Although Bruce has been there multiple times, he had never driven there himself. A confidant driver, after all, he drove us all the way here, but the Sea to Sky drive takes some getting used to for both the driver, and passenger. At least for me, the winding roads make me more than a little anxious, especially going there. Heading home, for some reason, seems easier. The scenery, though, is totally worth the experience.
the last time I was there while Matt and Tom were with us when we saw many of the same sights, however, it was so darn cold, I can't say we enjoyed it all that much. You may also recall that we went on the Peak2Peak gondola which was pretty scary for flatlanders such as us. I tried to photograph the scene during this visit for some perspective on the distance we traveled between the mountaintops, however, the fog didn't help, but here it is nonetheless.
here is the information, better explained by the experts. I have learned that the museum was built to house the art collection of Michael Audain, and that the architecture has won multiple awards for both the building design, and how it fits into the landscape.
fantastic night shots here. By the way, the above shots are taken behind the museum, should you be wondering.
Further roaming led me to wonderful park with a covered bridge and this fantastic sculpture.
about our trip to the Sea to Sky gondola. The view from the mountaintop overlooks the water pictured above. While we have seen Shannon Falls before, this was the first time I noticed it from afar.
Nootka Island (ignore the cocaine seizure story and just look at the map!) the following day.
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