The sign says “Turn here Denny”, but who is Denny and where are they going?
A demonstration of the Whistler Volunteer Fire Department’s equipment on the lake.
Gothic arches are getting harder to find in Whistler but in 1978 this one was still standing proudly.
A new council was sworn in for the day.
The staff at Myrtle Philip School. We recognize Jane Burrows and Sandra Epplett, but can anyone help with the rest of the names?
Coral Robinson gets the last of the Roundhouse sunshine on closing day Whistler Mountain May 11.
A lone fireman hoses down a burning mountain of garbage as a nearby tanker truck refills the porta tank.
Lyall Featherstonebaugh slices, slams and pivots through a variety of wave types in the spring-swollen Cheakamus River on Sunday.
The old Muni Hall building gets ready to move away from Blackcomb Way.
Garry Watson presents Doug Sutcliffe with a print of Whistler Village at the Founder Dinner.
Whistler’s founders? Or are they confusing Whistler with Disneyland?
A sunny game of volleyball outside the Highland Lodge.
Whistler’s version of a biker gang – not the most intimidating.
The Muni Hall building in its new location near Function Junction.
Spring clean-up underway in the village included the removal of damaged beams from the Sports and Convention Centre roof. The huge gulls will be used by the municipality for picnic tables, benches and pedestrian footbridges along the trail system.
Const. Sowden talks to young bikers about safety.
View from the Top. Ever wonder what the view is like from the top of a 70 ft. fire truck ladder? It goes something like this, only try and imagine a bit of a sway while you’re standing there. Whistler firemen were taking part in a two-day seminar when they had this equipment out.
Roll me over in the clover… said this little Honda in the middle of Myrtle Philip school field. And so some of the crew repairing the baseball diamond did just that (roll it over, that is) to inspect the underside of the poor thing. Sure beats putting it on a hydraulic lift.
Salad Days! Hungry staff survey the new salad bar at the Creekhouse Restaurant.
Clamouring for the start of Whistler Children’s Festival, this bunch of artists whomped up posters to advertise the event to be held June 18 and 19. Clockwise from the summit: Harley Paul, Melanie Busdon, Marika Richoz, Samantha O’Keefe, Charlene Freeman, Angus Maxwell. Jason Demidoff and Iain Young say they can all hang in until then.
These two answered this week’s question: Dave Cipp, Bartender, White Gold and Karen Playfair, Grocery Store employee, Alpine Meadows.
Road crews were hard at work widening the alignment of Highway 99 west of Green Lake May 13. In three or four years the road to Pemberton should be an easier one to travel.
Following Saturday’s annual general meeting, Jeff Wuoller (left) will sit as the new WRA director-at-large for the coming year, while Jacques Omnes (right) will assume the position of accommodations director.
Grade 5 students from Myrtle Philip School, named in honour of Whistler’s pioneer in 1976, gathered around Mrs. Philip at her home on the shores of Alta Lake.
Leaping horses, Batman! It’s Bob Warner getting warmed up with his trusty steed for another season of trailriding at Whistler which starts this Thursday. This year Layton Bryson is running his operation from new stables at Mons.
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