February 16, 2004
As usual when there’s a large gap between entries in the winter time, I’ve been off skiing with Mr. Karen. This time it was Whistler-Blackcomb in British Columbia and Mt. Baker in Washington that claimed our attention, both of them places we’d never been to before. We’ve wanted to try Whistler for a long time because so many of our skiing friends have told us about it, and Mt. Baker is just down the road a (long) piece, close to where Mr. Karen’s sister lives with her family so it made sense to combine the two.
I have way too much work to catch up on to be able to spend my lunch hour doing a full trip report, so that will have to wait. Until then, I give you scenery, scenery, and more scenery:
Skiing above the clouds at Blackcomb.