Whistler, Part II.

Photos not slopeside, but poolside, sleddingside, restaurant and condo’s inside.
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Night sky, Olympic rings reminiscent of Mondrian’s composition. Cold steel, velvet-like sky adds aura to Whistler Village at night.
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Apres ski, apres nap where sugar cookies abound. Outside, snow falls as happily as sprinkles dance atop warm vanilla goodies.
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Outside condo’s door roosted the best sledding mound.

All business at the top, all party in the journey. Well, the latter pretty much sums up our vacation.
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Snow angels making snow angels. If only I could bottle mid-angel-making thoughts…
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Home, now, with an ocean & ferry landing view. But, my oh my I miss my snowy bedroom Whistler view.
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My new camera allows me to sneak in and catch two kindergarteners looking more like teenagers playing on an ipod after playing on the slopes all day.
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Sachi Sushi in Whistler has the greatest roll ever tasted, ever eaten. The adjective fantastic doesn’t even do the Cupcake Roll justice.

Two mamas out for dinner, sans children and hubbies, debated American and Canadian currency values, toasted saki and eavesdropped with table-near snowboarders. The icing on a night out came as another Cupcake Roll was happily ordered for dessert. Yum.
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My old pocket-sized camera couldn’t handle the low lights of fancy restaurants. It now appears as easy as taking off a lens cap to capture crazy cold-weather hair, mama’s green eyes and a bit of haddock on the chin.
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My new camera can handle the fancy low lights of a night out in restaurant’s high chair.

Oooh, green hat and green eyes. Love.
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Oooh, snuggles of best preschool buddies both on and off the slopes – even in a restaurant booth. Love.
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Nothing beats an 89 inch base of beautiful, north, northwest snow. Except, of course, a hot tub out condo’s door filled to the brim with best buddies and siblings like best friends.
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Nothing beats a hard working daddy on vacation with his ladies in an outdoor pool after gondola, slopes and hot cocoa of course.
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I am in love with my new dslr. It’s hard to part ways with my last pocket-sized camera. I knew it’s ins and outs the way I also understood picture’s download process required hours editing, cropping and altering in Photoshop, iPhoto.

These photos were some of the first on my new camera. It’s lovely to take a picture and record a moment that requires little to no editing attention.

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