Monthly Archives: July 2017

26th July 2017 – The Sasquatch

After the small but numerous ziplines in the Treetop Adventure Course, it’s time to try out one of the longest ziplines in the world, and the largest in North America, the Sasquatch.  This is a line run by the Ziptrek … Continue reading

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25th July 2017 – Treetop Walk

One of the benefits of working for Whistler Blackcomb is something called Club Shred.  This is a group that costs about $20 a year, and gives you a bunch of discounts and deals in the village on top of what … Continue reading

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12th July 2017 – Blackcomb Hiking Trails

There’s been a hiccup with the pay checks, so I’m trying to save a bit of cash on my days off while still doing something with them.  Weather’s a bit miserable so the lake is out, but it’s perfect weather … Continue reading

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10th July 2017 – The Dead Day

I didn’t have to wear the restraint, but my hand hurt for the next 72 hours and I decided not to take the job as it was too much of a risk to my wrist.  I did however send someone … Continue reading

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6th July 2017 – Cows Ice Cream

Got quite the surprise the day before when I was getting up.  I’d sent my CV to Cows Ice Cream last week and had an interview, but they’d been less enthused when one of the MUST WORK weekends was the … Continue reading

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5th July 2017 – Bike Park

As a member of Whistler Blackcomb, I get a discount on bike rentals.  It’s 25% until 11am, and then 50% onwards.  The biggest risk is if you wait until 11, most of the bikes might be gone – as what … Continue reading

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4th July 2017 – Lost Lake

Today starts with some bad news.  Despite getting some socialising and work hours, Rhonda is still really homesick, so she’s decided to head home.  Today is her last shift, and tomorrow she hops on a plane back to Australia.  We’ll … Continue reading

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