Where’s Andrew sits on top of the world. The best view from the top of Polar Peak was not the spectacular panorama out the back towards Montana (although it was truly breathtaking). No, the view I could not get enough of was to the North looking down on the outdoor mecca of Fernie, British Columbia, framed by the awe-inspiring mountains called the Three Sisters. National Geographic writer, Andrew Evans, the famed Digital Nomad and I sat on top of Polar Peak, Lizard Range, Canadian Rockies, British Columbia, not wanting to leave. In fact the lift crew working on the new Polar Peak lift had to remind us that there was so much more skiing for us to enjoy that day that we better get going. The view was that good that I had to be reminded to go Skiing. This has never happened before to me. Not only was the view stimulating but also enjoying the great conversation with Andrew about traveling the world! Still relishing in that special day in Fernie, British Columbia.
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