Whistler & Vancouver, B.C.
June 4, 2004 - June 13, 2004
Our yearly vacation this year just happened to fall on my birthday. Kenny and I spent a week in
Whistler, B.C. and two days in Vancouver. It's a two hour drive straight up the incredibly scenic
Highway 99: The Sea-To-Sky Highway. Our first stop was at the
Capilano Suspension Bridge, 230
feet above the Capilano Canyon.  Soon after, we stopped at the glorious Shannon Falls. Actually, we
stopped and started so much along the way it took us 5 hours to get up there. Everything around
Whistler is stunningly beautiful, with pristine lakes and waterfalls in every direction. We also spent a
day up at the top of
Blackcomb Mountain; which was my first time up a ski lift. For my birthday we
visited the
Britannia Beach Copper Mine and had an amazing dinner at the Mongolie Grill. Our trip
ended in beautiful Vancouver, where we walked and sailed for two days. The highlight was Stanley
Park and the major fun
Vancouver Aquarium. A perfect way to end a perfect vacation!
Golden Gate Bridge from
our plane.
More of the view from Highway
99.
One of the many scenic
lakes we visited.
On the way to a lake, North of
Whistler.
View from Highway 99
Me on the suspension bridge.
A squirell's eye view at
Treetops Adventure.
Kenny and I relaxing.
Paddling around Alta Lake.
Happy Birthday to me!
My Birthday dinner at Mongolie
Grill.
Majestic Nairn Falls.
The Britannia Beach Copper
Mine.
Kenny in the mine (on the crapper).
Shannon Falls. Wow!
Me in the mine. Like the hat?
Brandywine Falls.
The view going up the ski
lift.
Lunch at the tippy-top.
Having fun in the snow.
Kenny and Rob at Seventh
Heaven.
Black bear claws!
The boat we took around
Vancouver.
Kenny and me aboard the boat.
The view of Vancouver.
The entrance to the
aquariam.
The totem poles in Stanley Park.
One of six Beluga whales.
That's our house just to the
South of the patch of green.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Entrance
Beluga from below.