As I sat on a bench beside this bike, the owner sat behind me, watching, as soo many people come to marvel
this creation and take pictures.
We all thought this was part of the exhibition to attract people but I guess it wasn't or maybe it was.lol
One never knows what goes on here in Whistler, BC.lol
He seemed to enjoy people loving his bike.
What we did see was a lot of bikers who either hired expensive bikes or brought their own and bought tickets to ride the Gondola up this steep ski mountain and then do a thrilling ride downhill.
The rest of us did other things like shop and wander and enjoy the outdoor restaurants.
They made it like a circle of hotels and streets that criss crossed. Upstairs is a hotel or restaurant and downstairs are shops. but on the other side of the hotel you have the registering and being told where to park.
I liked the rooms which over looked the street where they had music.
They had balconies one could sit on and enjoy the people and music
which is especially wonderful for old people who tire easily.
In winter it's even more beautiful to watch the huge snow flakes as they fall quietly in a serene setting.
The room we had, had its' own fireplace, jaccuzi, and sauna.
Great for those sore joints and muscles after a hard work out.
Where I live we don't have much snow and when it snows, it melts quickly, so to be here
is quite exciting in the winter time.
This is also where the rich and famous come to spend time.
Prince Charles and his boys came here as did our then Prime Minister Trudeau who married
Margaret Sinclair, from BC.
There is no better place to ski and enjoy any time of year.