I am going with the long journey definition of ‘epic’
this week…and even then I’m not sure…
And I ask all readers to allow for the fact that
this was only Day 2 of our journey and
that this author saw ice at the top
of Sulphur Mountain (Banff) in July 1976;
drove along roads where it had snowed in June 1982,
and has never seen the white stuff since.
The journey I speak of is the
Peak2PEak Gondola Ride
up Whistler and across to Blackcomb Mountain.
After reading my first statement you can see why
I thought this a magnificent sight.
with just under four and a half (4.4) kilometres,
or 2.73 miles, of cable between Whistler and Blackcomb
and no supporting towers in between, you left
gliding along some 1,427 feet above the valley floor.
the return journey.
This is the longest, and highest,
unsupported length of cable in the world.
But descend among the clouds we did
and still marvel at the height and length
of this journey.
Fairbanks to Coldfoot when we encountered clouds.
Most of our one hour flight we were flying in a cloud shroud.
Certainly not worth paying a premium for a window seat 🙂
Patrick sorry we did not have time to meet.
I will be in Auckland by noon, Victorian time,
on Friday so my post is scheduled
and based on forecasts for Friday.
Temperature ranging between
a minimum of 19°, to a maximum of 31°.
Cloudy and a chance of light rain.
So any one of these images…
could reflect Friday’s weather…
Sunset at Point Lonsdale Pier.
Storm clouds rolling in.
Storm clouds out to our west.
I know I posted this earlier in the week…
I still like the clouds.
Looking out our front door…
on Monday this week…January, 29.
Black and White Tuesday