Back at my Kentucky office, where the humid air seems to boil underneath the 95-degree southern sun, looking through photos is a great way to remember the wonderful, cool freshness of the British Columbia mountains. It’s also a great reminder of the many meals, attractions and activities that haven’t appeared yet in this blog. Here are some of my favorite images from the four-day trip.
A wonderful citrus salad at The Brewhouse, which also serves incredible beef ribs.
A First Nations canoe at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, which celebrates the history and art of the local native groups.
Traveling from Blackcomb to Whistler on the Peak 2 Peak gondola.
Friends huddle inside the ice room at Bearfoot Bistro, an over-the-top dinner spot in the Whistler village.
This grilled cheese and apple sandwhich is the most popular dish at Christine’s, a full-service restaurant at the top of Blackcomb Mountain.
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